Grace Llewellyn : alternatives to schooling, education
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Leif Smith
303-778-0880
Explorers Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 9100
Denver, CO 80209
USA
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2007: Cobden-Bright Award: $250
 
Explorers Foundation advocates diversification of educational methods and models. For any child there are excellent schools that are almost perfectly unsuitable. We need to be good at matching children with styles of education and learning. Some children benefit from such complete freedom from educational system that it has been called "de-schooling". Grace Llewellyn speaks well for this idea.
 
 
Not Back to School Camp ••• aspires to create a sanctuary
   • that affirms, inspires, and mentors unschoolers…
   • where campers and staff transform spiritually, emotionally, physically, creatively, intellectually…
   • where profound friendships begin and grow…
   • and where adventure, mystery, music, wild spontaneous fun, and magic prevail.
 
"I signed up for camp hoping it would change my life. It didn't. But it gave me the tools and resources, and most importantly, the inspiration, to go out and change my own life, and stop expecting other people to drop epiphanies in my lap, or change my life for me." —a camper, 2009
The Teenage Liberation Handbook: How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education ••• by Grace Llewellyn
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