Question?

Tammy Inman (inman@cougarnet.byu.edu)
Thu, 12 Dec 1996 13:48:31 -0700

I believe that freedom is the most important ingredient for learning. I
just have one question. When students come to your school at late ages,
are they able to adjust to this new found freedom? I can imagine that
after never having the freedom to even go to the bathroom in public
schools, complete freedom may seem overwhelming to them. Do you have
any sort of program that you use to reaquainte the students with the
responsibilities of freedom that schools forced them to forget?