Mon, 17 Apr 2000 18:47:54 EDT
When a child in a Sudbury-model school becomes interested in learning, for
example, classical piano or ballet, is it considered ideal then for the child
to find a way to pursue such an interest within the school or to take a
traditional path with extra-curricular lessons.
I'm interested in hearing opinions, although I'm guessing the answer depends
simply on whichever avenue of pursuit the child deems better.
Also, do many Sudbury students take extra-curricular classes in the arts or
any other area?
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