DSM: Re: Sudbury Schools - Summerhill


Alan Klein (Alan@klein.net)
Sun, 24 Oct 1999 15:45:02 -0400


Summerhill also has democratic meetings for day-to-day affairs and
non-compulsory classes.

Differences include:

- Summerhill's historic emphasis on the therapeutic possibilities inherent
in the model
- Summerhill's scheduled classes, at which teachers are required to be, but
students are not
- Summerhill has less parental involvement (no Assembly or other formal
voting structure for parents)
- More control over such things as hiring and budget by the Head at
Summerhill
- Summerhill has a more international student body
- Summerhill is a boarding school

Others?

Alan Klein

----- Original Message -----
Subject: DSM: Sudbury Schools - Summerhill

> On their "Other Schools" page, some Sudbury Schools list The Summerhill
> School as a school that has something in common with the Sudbury Model.
> What are the most important mutualities and differences between SVS and
> Summerhill?



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