DSM: RE: The homeschool curriculum

From: Joe Jackson (shoeless@jazztbone.com)
Date: Sat Dec 08 2001 - 00:09:53 EST


Liz,

The curriculum at Sudbury schools is, in general terms, initiated by
students and formulated with the help of staff upon request. It is
sometimes said that Sudbury is a school without a curriculum; that is
technically incorrect: there is always a curriculum, just that it is
inspired within and belongs to each individual student.

-Joe

> It was mentioned in a previous post that changing from public
> school to homeschooling was not so different as they both
> involved curriculum. Surely Sudbury Valley must have a
> curriculum also as it is also a school? Liz
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