La Escuela Mata la Creatividad
“¡La diferencia es abismal!”: Rebecka Koritz nos comparte las observaciones hechas dentro de sus proyectos educativos sobre el nivel creativo de niños escolarizados y de niños desescolarizados.
The Power of Story
Encouraging homeschoolers, unschoolers, and those who attend alternative schools to change the world through personal narrative
SDE and the UNCRC Part 2: Education as ‘Compulsory’
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child enshrines the child's right to an education that is child-friendly and empowering, and that enables the child to enjoy the full range of human rights. Yet, it also makes this 'compulsory'. Is this the contradiction that it seems to be?
Living With An Explorer
Like St. Exupery’s “The Little Prince,” my son, Jamie, surely fell to us from some small, distant planet where money doesn’t exist, no one suffers, […]
An Experiment in Schooling
Living in Costa Rica leads one unschooling family to examine the culture of institutionalized schooling.
Los Riesgos de la Educación Autodirigida
¿Cuáles son los verdaderos riesgos de la Educación Autodirigida? En este artículo Rebecka Koritz examina los mitos y los miedos acerca de esta innovadora opción educativa.
The Taming of the American Child
Micromanaging and making kids' lives risk-free makes them unhappy and unhealthy, and it's not good for the planet either. Parents can give kids their lives back by refocusing on their own, making everyone more well-adjusted and joyful.
Can Teens Self-Direct?
By preserving their innate autonomy, Self-Directed Education helps teens become confident, capable adults earlier than their schooled peers.
The Naiveté of Love
A former soldier aims to create a more loving world through family-based education