Unschooling as Liberation and Healing Work
Meet the new black friend you never had.
Understanding the facts behind self-directed math learning and how schoolish math impairs learning.
A mother’s reflection on how unschooling has allowed her ASD son to be himself
My 2 year old lasted two weeks in preschool. The experience drove us into the arms of full time travel, but more than that, unschooling.
Trump, Black Lives Matter, and a concise history of the rise of contemporary fascism. Featuring Mr. Rogers and the Black Panthers!
“I would rather Summerhill produced a happy street sweeper than a neurotic Prime Minister.” –A. S. Neill, pioneering founder of Summerhill School
Monday night I sat on my back patio staring up into a rare, starry Chicago night. I squinted and made out each point of The […]
Voice of the Children
As more self-directed communities are considering heading outdoors this school year, some facilitators might be wondering what to pack for daily excursions. Here’s what one facilitator has been packing in his outdoor bag over the past couple of years.
Maintaining a garden can help to change one’s thinking.
Our principles as a lens to look outward
School disengages us from life
A conversation with Bettina Love, Gholdy Muhammad, Dena Simmons and Brian Jones about abolitionist teaching and antiracist education.
How do we prepare our children for the ever-changing world?
Growing Up Unschooled
A series on the systemic discrimination of youth.