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

From: Jennifer Blair <>
Date: Sat Apr 10 19:04:00 2004

Hello all,
I am a teacher at Red cedar and wanted to respond briefly. Red Cedar was a Sudbury Model school until last year. I have forwarded this message to Jacquie ( the school's director) since she can answer questions about why the change occurred more appropriately than I can. ( I started teaching there last year).
Jennifer Blair

----- Original Message -----
From: Sally Rosloff
Sent: Saturday, April 10, 2004 3:49 PM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Re: Orgnizing Sudbury

Bill Richardson

Thanks for the beautiful word picture of awakening to a different worldview. I have done no where near the research you did but find myself undergoing a similar eye opening, and soul awakening, shift. I am in the midst of it and don't yet know where it will lead me but if feels significant Forgive my ignorance, but are you working on opening a Sudbury school? I wasn't sure from your post if you are organizing one in Tucson. I don't see it on the links pages.

On a related, but more nut and bolts, issue I am wondering about:
What is the primary difference between the Albany Free School and Sudbury, and what is the significance of those differences? I'm reading about Albany and so far it seems that although there is the democratic School Meeting process I'm not sure it applies to the entire running of the school Also, there seems to be more emphasis on explicit awareness of compassion and feelings, such as calling an immediate school meeting to work through a behavior problem or planning events for Martin Luther King Day.

Also, I notice from the Red Cedar School website that they are now having course requirements and written evaluations and I'm wondering about whether they were a Sudbury model and if so, what happened to change that.

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