> So I'm not really sure if I should be calling myself a Sudbury Model
> school or not, except I use the information video from Sudbury Valley
> to explain to parents the goal of what we are working towards and the
> free learning process idea.
> Do I qualify as a "Sudbury Model School" you tell me?
I don't see why not, or even why it's important. has "Sudbury" become
a sort after brand?
You respect children, and work democratically within the framework
you are constrained by.
And well done.
Message to teachers (and parents):
Children learn in spite of us, not because of us!
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