No real tweetable quotes in this chapter. It mostly is an anthology of unschooling stories. Nice read and interesting look into the lives of many. Necessary for a book like this.
No real tweetable quotes in this chapter either but there is a list Llewellyn gives of famous people who never finished school or never really received much schooling that is interesting and I presume would be eye-opening to many who view schooling as an integral component of societal progress.
"The Raymonds belong to a homeschool group with the local school district's stamp of approval; the district pays a ... http://tl.gd/adfubn
I wonder how many school districts have arrangements like this today. Seems pressures of NCLB would prevent many districts from taking on such an arrangement with homeschoolers. But, it would be a great way of improving education both for those who homeschool (or unschool) and those who attend school as it would increase the possible resources for both groups.
"I don't want to have a teacher pour knowledge into my brain—knowledge that someone else decided I should have." Llewellyn
Finished reading The Teenage Liberation Handbook. There were many times I felt like giving up, quitting, dropping-out but I stuck it out.