Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model]

From: Heidi Crane <>
Date: Sat Apr 3 10:40:01 2004

I'll second THAT recommendation! Reading Gatto and Holt changed my beliefs
about how human beings learn, what "teaching" is, what education is "for" in
this country, more than any other authors. The Gatto opus is truly MAGNUM
LOL but well worth the read. He makes connections. Notices trends. Sees
where they affect American Education or vice versa...

it's available to read online.

Blessings, HeidiC

>From: "Webinfusion" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model]
>Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 14:32:17 -0500
>Hi Sam,
>There is a book by John Taylor Gatto, a former ps teacher, about the origin
>and purpose of public schools that you might find interesting and useful..
>It's called The Underground History of American Education.
>From: Sam Patton
> To:
> Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 8:14 PM
> Subject: RE: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model]
> First, I'd like to thank you for an amazing response. It was truly a
> wonderful piece of writing.
> I've never heard anything negative about SVS. It sounds incredible in
> way. Isn't there anyone who has found some flaw? Some disgruntled
> graduate?
> Do people ever get kicked out? Do you think the selection process may
> filter out people who wouldn't do well there? Is there something
> about the people who go there that could explain the success of the
> I'm playing Devil's advocate because I want to have good responses to
> objections that get brought up. I love everything I've read about SVS,
> it seems too good to be true.

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