I've been discussing with my colleagues on how best to price the school. We've come up with some really innovative solutions.
-Charge per session, allowing students to skip sessions that don't interest them or are outside of their business model (FYI, phase 1 of the school is entrepreneurship, phase 2 is vocational.) Something students can afford, since there will be no government assistance available in the beginning.
-Charge standard tuition. 600 per class or so, no skipping sessions.
-Start out teaching a few students for free and grow/charge as demand is met. The issue we've come to with this is that some of my mentors say that students won't take their coursework seriously if they're not paying for it.
I'm interested in your thoughts on these or any extraneous thoughts you may have! Thanks!