Heidi Barker (email@example.com)
Wed, 10 Jan 2001 12:38:37 -0900
> Finally, the key point is partly a leap of faith, partly an observation:
> almost any kid should do well in a Sudbury school. Critics of us (and any
> alternative to factory schools) are quick to claim we cherry-pick, and
> couldn't possibly work for your run of the mill kid. Heartfelt belief and
> experience say otherwise.
I've recently run into just this argument, that such a school might work,
but just for certain students, not for any student. Anybody have anything
else to say about this?
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