Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Sudbury & literacy

From: Shelli Buhr <>
Date: Tue Nov 30 00:53:00 2004

I agree. Reading the post written by Todd I felt was
rude. I dont always have time to spell check nor do I
go back and re-read what I have written. But I am a
published author in spite of my typos.


--- wrote:

> Todd,
> I am appalled by the lack of civility of your post,
> and surprised that it
> was allowed to appear, given the list's policy
> against personal attacks. You
> owe Dr. Hughes an apology, at the least, and the
> list as well.
> Daniel Greenberg
> Sudbury Valley School
> In a message dated 11/29/2004 6:03:26 PM Eastern
> Standard Time,
> writes:
> I for one have been worried--ever since I
> subscribed to this Sudbury email
> discussion--with the terrible language skills used
> here, such as the posting
> by Dr. Evan Hughes which was full of so many errors
> and gross violations of
> English that I wondered, Dr. Hughes, if you have a
> learning disability? This
> would be good to know considering the nature of the
> posting. Are there
> other Sudbury people who are troubled by the
> frequent postings to this discussion that are poorly
> written? Is this a
> taboo subject at Sudbury schools? Or do Sudbury
> people believe that
> good reading and writing skills are not very
> important? Or only for those
> naturally gifted? I would like to
> know.


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