RE: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Some facts

From: Alan Klein <alan_at_klein.net>
Date: Fri Apr 8 11:45:00 2005

Now I'm confused, David. You question, as I interpreted it, was to explain
in one word who makes decisions and how are they made.

I think Scott David has pretty clearly answered the questions you ask below.

~Alan Klein

-----Original Message-----
From: David Rovner
The issue was "encouragment", Alan.

I wrote:

> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: David Rovner
> > And, if somebody do tell other people what to do,
> > does he/she get a fine ?
> > he/she doesn't get elected next term ?
> > the parlament scolds him/her ?
> > he/she feels he/she failed ?
> > etc., etc., etc.
> > What happens ?
> > If something happens, at all.
> >
> > ~ David
> >

meaning, how does the whole "system" work ?
how it is done ?

1. Who made the decision, first and in each school, that -- "nobody will
encourage others 'coercive-encouragement'" (I was coerced to invent this
concept) ?

2. Who will make the decision that -- somebody has 'encouraged' someone else
'coercive-encouragement' ?

3. Is encouraging 'coercive-encouragement' somebody -- a 'transgression' ?

4. If encouraging 'coercive-encouragement' somebody is a 'transgression' --
who will bring the 'transgressor' before court ?

5. What is/are the penalty/ies by law -- for 'encouraging'
'coercive-encouragement' ?

6. If there is/are a penalty/ies by law for 'encouraging'
'coercive-encouragement' -- have this/these penalty/ies been enforced
occasionally ?
Received on Fri Apr 08 2005 - 11:44:21 EDT

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