RE: Sudbury as community

stiobhard (stiobhard@mail.utexas.edu)
Wed, 9 Apr 1997 06:23:25 -0600 (CST)

In message Wed, 9 Apr 1997 01:00:21 -0700,
Wayne Radinsky <waynerad@oz.net> writes:

> The analogy isn't entirely fair. Microsoft isn't a school and doesn't
> exist to educate it's employees or stockholders. On the other hand,
> Sudbury Valley doesn't pay its students, or compete in for-profit
> worldwide software markets.
>

and yet the alternative schools being advocated today and for the last 20
years or so in spain by the syndicates of education of the cgt and their
older cousin the cnt... look alot more like labor unions than schools.
im not convinced their ideas dont have some merit but it is a very different
one than is usually suggested on this list.

except that both see themselves as models of democracy.

stiobhard
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