Re: Working for love (fwd)

Charlie Wilkinson (cwilkins@boink.clark.net)
Mon, 13 Apr 1998 14:20:49 -0400

On Mon, Apr 13, 1998 at 12:16:26PM -0500, Eric Crump wrought:
[...]
> Maybe if democratic schools were re-conceived as perpetually available
> resources for all learners of any age, so people could stop by when they
> needed them, it might not seem so necessary to persuade people to learn
> things out of synch with their own interests and needs. If, when they need
> to read, they had access to the educational resources they need, then no
> one would have to be forced to read at some arbitrary particular time.
>
> Just an idea...

You are too modest. It's brilliantly insightful. Is there any existing
thought/work along these lines? (I'm not talking about night school at
the local community college...)

-cw-

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