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Seriously couldn't have said it better myself...

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jan. 10e, 2009 | 10:03 pm

Indigo Sudbury Campus, an independent school in Alberta which follows democratic principles in education stated this on their website:

"Unhealthy structure, in our opinion, includes: age segregation, pre-determined, externally chosen subjects of study that neither take into consideration children’s interests nor their developmental readiness, the use of fear, competition and punishment to ensure compliance and evaluations that encourage a sense of superiority or inferiority. Unhealthy structure often results in children who have lost the ability to be internally guided and make responsible choices for themselves."

100% in agreement with this sentiment.

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Alyce

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from: thalionhiril
date: déc. 18e, 2008 03:51 am (UTC)
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I figured you would be in agreement. These are great principles and hopefully all of research I do will help to create some sort of policy changes. Or I'm just being incredibly naive.

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