split school? (was: Re: DSM: Almost Democracy)

From: Martin Wilke (martin.wilke@gmx.net)
Date: Tue Nov 06 2001 - 05:19:36 EST

Scott David Gray schrieb:

> That is to say, most parents at SVS look at the bigger
> picture. Even if, as an individual, a parent disagrees with
> a School Meeting decision, s/he knows that his/her kids'
> happy and healthy development in the context of the school
> _depends_ upon the sovereignty of the School Meeting. And
> so, most parents wisely do _not_ attempt to turn SVS into a
> parent coop. (This does not mean that such attempts don't
> happen -- in 1968, and again in 1986 the school split over
> these issues.)

I think, I have read about some occurrences in 1968. But what happend in
1986? And why?

Martin Wilke



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