Steve Schultz 801-380-8820 Steves@OxbowAcademy.net
In considering a school or program for struggling teens for their child, a parent should also consider the corporate structure of the program was the main point Steve Schultz made in a discussion with Lon October 12, 2018. All too often when a program or school becomes a part of a large corporation that uses excessive top down decision-making, the student’s experience suffers and the staff has to waste their time trying to reduce the damage. Listen to Steve and Lon discuss how corporations can manage local programs in a healthy way. Steve is a Founding Parner of Oxbow Academy in Utah, which recently recognized their 10th anniversary.
This is one of a series of short interviews about developments in the network of private, parent-choice schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network.
Listen to Steve and Lon discuss corporations and how they can better serve the students.
It just makes sense that in most situations, the staff that are closer to the student are more competent to make daily program decisions than those staff who work in a distant office making decisions on those students they probably have not ever met. -Lon