Alan or Laura Gabelsberg (email@example.com)
Wed, 04 Apr 2001 15:44:41 -0500
When talking with other adults, and trying to explain SVS model, it would be
nice to point to some kind of "objective" evidence about the results that
the school produces in terms of the skills and "success" rates of its
graduates. (I know I know - this really can not be measured.)
I have been reading Kingdom of Childhood and The Sudbury Valley Experience
and they both explain a lot in terms of the change of thinking involved when
dealing with SVS, but reading this material which is printed by the school
itself requires one to just take their word for it on the success of its
graduates. While that's not a problem necessarily for me, it does present a
problem in terms of the objectivity in retelling this "data" and "evidence"
to others interested. "The proof is in the pudding" so to speak and my
question is - are there any outside, objective sources of information about
the graduates at SVS?
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