I read the Wikipedia article for a Sudbury School and I cried

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It's hard for me to believe such an amazing place exists. It's literally everything I've ever wanted in a school. But of course only a couple dozen schools like it exists. I guess the demand for happy teens and young people is very low. It breaks my heart that only a small handful of kids get to experience such an education (I'm also quite jealous) I'd do just about anything to go to a Sudbury school. The closest one for me is the original school in Massachusetts, only 118 miles away, hooray. Dodgy
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It's hard for me to believe such an amazing place exists. It's literally everything I've ever wanted in a school. But of course only a couple dozen schools like it exists. I guess the demand for happy teens and young people is very low. It breaks my heart that only a small handful of kids get to experience such an education (I'm also quite jealous) I'd do just about anything to go to a Sudbury school. The closest one for me is the original school in Massachusetts, only 118 miles away, hooray. Dodgy
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What's the link? I'd like to read it too.

My childhood would have been so much better if I'd grown up in one of those.
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Hug

What's the link? I'd like to read it too.

My childhood would have been so much better if I'd grown up in one of those.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudbury_school
Basically Sudbury Schools follow a democratic SDE system.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudbury_school
Basically Sudbury Schools follow a democratic SDE system.
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Yeah, but it sounded like Calvin was talking about a specific one.
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Yeah, but it sounded like Calvin was talking about a specific one.
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(02-01-2020, 04:57 PM)SoulRiser Wrote: Yeah, but it sounded like Calvin was talking about a specific one.
That's the article I read
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(02-01-2020, 04:57 PM)SoulRiser Wrote: Yeah, but it sounded like Calvin was talking about a specific one.
That's the article I read
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