Is Your Child Getting an Assembly Line Education?
Your child is one-of-a-kind. Shouldn't her education be, too? 20th-century schools, modeled after the assembly line, were designed to mass educate children in the same way factories built Model Ts. Even today, schools separate children by age, expect them to learn the same thing at the same time in the same way, and treat learning as unrelated bits to be memorized, tested, and, all too often, forgotten. A 21st century school should meet 21st century needs by allowing your child's learning to be driven by his natural curiosity....Read more.
Why Does a Sudbury School Work?
From an article by Mimsy Sadofsky of The Sudbury Valley School
"We want children to grow up confident in their own ability to affect the outcomes in their own lives. We want children to grow up with a sound sense of ethics, fair play, and tolerance. We want children to grow up able to forge and maintain strong relationships with people that they care about. A Sudbury school is the atmosphere that produces those outcomes for kids." Read more.