Do you have a traditional schedule some of the week and then there are other days that are not traditional?

Is there a big difference between how they would handle it with the younger kids versus the older kids?

Where are areas where you see you get to have an influence on getting to choose

How do you get feedback of your work? How do you know that you are doing good work?

Is there a big difference between how they would handle it with the younger kids versus the older kids?

It seems like there is more work involved in the customized environment for the students. Do you see that? Is it still possible for someone to get through with just the minimal amount of work?

Do you find that you have some flexibility to pursue your own interests? Are there times when you can go off the beaten path that the teacher sets for you?

Do your parents understand the system since it’s different than the way they went to school?

Sometimes people from the outside mis perceive that students in a customized environment just get to do whatever they feel like doing. What kind of structures do you have?

what has been something that you were able to just fly through and went really well and what are some examples of things that you struggled with?

If you were to give advice, say as the superintendent, what would you do different and what would you make happen in school that’s not happening right now? How would you make it better? Advice to teachers?

Do you find that your interaction with other students is pretty isolated in most of your work or are there opportunities that you get to collaborate?

Do you think customized learning is helping you prepare for the future? And how would that help you?