The part that is different about your school from every other SVS
school(as I understand them from their own writings and postings to the
Discussion Groups) is your successful integration of home and school and
I think that is mighty fine! Dale
> Today I provide "choices", in one "Alternative School". Parental choice
> is the determining factor.
.> curriculum, or also "giving the parents what they pay for".
> 1. Today I believe that the seperation of school and home is outmoded.
> (I assume that SVS students do not leave "learning" in school but
> continue at home.)
> Students often do activities at home because they enjoyed them in
> school, or vise versa,
> 2. High academic requirements can be combined with children's natural
> for discovery, exploration, and learning.
> Educating children is a responsibility that cannot be shifted to someone
> Most of the time academics can be structured to enhance a student's