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Apr 24 2006 - 01:18 PM

The Washington Post ran an interesting article (you may need to create a guest account to view content) about a school that “challenges the assumptions of every public and private school that measures success with test scores and prizes academic rigor. It is an educational anomaly in the super-competitive Washington area: The school day here is unscripted.”

The Fairhaven School, based on the Sudbury Valley School poses an interesting—alebit potentially problematic—alternative to traditional schooling. The filmaker Danny Mydlack recently made a documentary about the school, and the trailer can be viewed here. EdLab may want to consider this as one of the potential directions that schooling might take in the future.

Posted in: FYI|By: Jeff Frank|23841 Reads