Nigel Wright responds to Jenny Auster's article published on this site in May last year, and Jenny Auster replies.
An ex-pupil tells of her own experiences at the school and describes the effect it had on her life.
An account of Tubelsky's school
A teacher at Bishop's Park College, in Clacton, writes about the inspiration he found there.
An account of a school in Alsace where languages are taught in a different way
Edited extracts from the report by P. J. Lolichen of the CWC (The Concerned for Working Children) on their 2005 research into access and mobility.
Adapted from reflections in the report by P. J. Lolichen
Is there a lack of ecological concern among democratic educators?
Eric Nicolas Schneider
Two versions of an article about Brooklyn Free School which give very different impressions
Leonard Turton describes his delightful and important work within a state school in Canada.
IDEC stands for International Democratic Education Conference. It has been happening for twelve years now, and you ought to know about it.
A translation of the charter of the Freinet movement in France
A brief introduction to the recent founded English Secondary Students' Association.
Seliba Sa Boithuto provides learners with a quiet, comfortable place to learn, materials such as books, pamphlets, computers and videos, and tutors for advice and help. It offers no courses. The tutors do not teach. Instead but they encourage students to learn together when they share an interest and to learn from each other as much as possible.
When Maria, who had been home-educated in Austria and Turkey, was considering a career, she took a placement in a school.