Re: Teaching Responsibility
Thu, 12 Dec 1996 05:08:12 -0500

Dale write:

<< So the Sudbury model school students through the agreed to
democratic process or even individually will have chosen to violate the
basic premises of the Sudbury model school to attend the non Sudbury
model wilderness school. >>


Attending a class or teaching one is not at all a "violation" of the basic
premises f democratic schools. It is only the forcing of such attendance or
such teaching by others outside of the school community that would be a
violation of those premises. I am curious as to where you acquired the
notion that teaching or attending a class would be such a "heinous crime".