One of the most critical elements for us to keep in mind when designing this model is to always consider whether each element would function on its own, without our supervision. It is one thing to roll out our pilot programs where we are directly involved and able to react quickly and direct as many resources as we see fit towards any specific element of the program. It is quite another to ensure that these decisions are practical and can be replicated with ease when others adopt the model and we are not involved. We are also acutely aware that the schools we are working with have exceptional leadership and we have received a tremendous amount of support from the staff and students. However, this may not always be the case, and this ease cannot be assumed and written into a model. It is important for us then, to have as many safeguards in place so that this model will be able to run as efficiently as possible on its own.