This chapter marks a shift away from the more theoretical considerations which serve as a foundation for building an ethical school to the more practical concerns of actually attempting to put such a project in motion. The next few chapters attempt to outline a plan of action. Such a plan of action should not be taken as the single universal blueprint. Local histories, local politics and local group dynamics will dictate their own special blend of planning strategies. What these chapters contain are illustrations of basic planning principles. It is important to consider the principles as primary and the illustrations as secondary. Moreover, the plan assumes a school that accepts the theoretical propositions outlined in earlier chapters. In many instances, schools will add to or modify these foundational building blocks. With these points in mind, let us move ahead to the business of launching the project.