Unschooling: The Case for Setting Your Kids Into the Wild | Nature | OutsideOnline.com
“At ages that would likely see them in seventh and fourth grades, I generously estimate that my boys spend no more than two hours per month sitting and studying the subjects, such as science and math, that are universal to mainstream education. Not two hours per day or even per week. Two hours per month. Comparatively speaking, by now Fin would have spent approximately 5,600 hours in the classroom. Rye, nearly three years younger, would have clocked about half that time.
A stubborn calf. Fin and Rye also take care of their own dwarf goats. Photo: Penny Hewitt
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