Mon, 4 Oct 1999 12:07:42 EDT
<<Because for some children, the chances of finding someone are nil.>>
That seems to me to be the POINT of sudbury type schools. Making sure that
there *is* someone to find....
<<Because for some children, the strength needed to reach out isn't there.>>
Maybe this is because people aren't there for them in their experiance? Maybe
if they had experiance of people being willing to help that wouldn't be the
<<Not true of every child, not even true of most children. But true for alot
Right, because people generally are NOT there to help in regular schools.
They are there to make you learn what they think you should learn. There's a
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