Unschooling Works
(What does that mean?)

On the same day I had [re]sorted my desk into "to be filed," "to be scanned," and "to continue to stay on the desk," a discussion started on facebook and blogs about what it means for unschooling to "work." In the scan pile was this article, folded back for years to this page, which I've intended (for years) to add to my site. It's from the Spring 2002 issue of Rio Grande Homeschooling Network, a short-lived local publication.

I'll transcribe it so it's searchable and more legible, but for now it's here.

I was the token unschooler. I think the quote was made illegible on purpose. Other quotes in the issue were clear. But that newsletter didn't last a year, and this website's still here.

More on math photos of my kids Interviews (more what and why)