Re: DSM: public school prisons (sharing the SVS model, etc.)


Rick Stansberger (rickstan@zianet.com)
Sat, 11 Nov 2000 09:30:01 -0700


BrownCM@aol.com wrote:

> The basic point that you and others on this list are making is that parents
> should be willing to draw on a variety of resources to creatively find a way
> to come up with the funds to pay for a Sudbury school if they really want
> their kids to go there. That's all well and good for those parents who have a
> pool of resources that they know how to access - but many, many parents
> don't. For many parents it goes beyond a simple lack of money - for whatever
> reasons they don't have the knowledge, the wherewithal, the time, the
> emotional energy, the family support, the skills required to seek out the
> creative alternatives. You can write these parents off as lazy and selfish if
> you want, but you would be wrong about them.
>
> Cary

That's why I think we should try to convert already existing public schools to
sudschools.

Rick

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