DSM: Re: Re: Homeschooling and the sense of community

From: morticia crone (medea9mac@surfeu.de)
Date: Tue Dec 11 2001 - 07:06:04 EST


david, thank you for sending that excerpt. that would seem to answer my
question of several days ago as to whether sudbury could be practiced in the
home under the name of homeschooling. i guess i was wondering more whether
parents might not get into trouble legally for not providing a curriculum
and instead 'letting' their kids decide how to spend their time. but in
light of what liz described, it sounds like in her community homeschooling
isn't restricted to the parent's home, which causes me to think sudbury very
well could be practiced in such a community, provided the individual groups
and families could band together to hold meetings and such as is necessary.
then instead of having one central base they would have the various homes
and community centers.

~morticia~

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