Re: DSM: authorities' approval for Sudbury Schools


Martin Wilke (martin.wilke@gmx.net)
Fri, 29 Sep 2000 10:11:42 +0200


Elizabeth East schrieb:

> Now, however, the
> atmosphere is very different- oppressive, closed, and fearful. If the school
> committee in a town doesn't want to deal with the issue, they don't have to,
> and they can withhold approval at will. (And make us go away.) The way this
> is all structured is bad all around-for the new school and for the school
> committee, which has to decide with its....okay, I'm sorry....very limited
> intellectual ability whether a model is valid. (I swear, they never read the
> literature I gave them. I don't think they know how to read.)

But there are a lot of Sudbury Schools that started in the last few
years. What did it finally take to be approved? What problemes/obstacles
have there been?

Martin Wilke



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