Thursday, January 20, 2011

Home-unschooling the Libertarian way with David Friedman



Friedman uses the term home-unshcooled. This pretty much sums it up.

Many parents who homeschool or unschool tend to intellectualize the experience. Sometimes we just need to relax and enjoy our children and their wide-eyed discovery. That may not be possible while we're in the act of unschooling, but when we become grandparents we can at least try to kick back, relax and enjoy the company of our grandchildren. As experienced unschoolers we know these children are going to learn and grow into beautiful adults without much input form us. We need only supply the love, encouragement and patience required for them to learn in an unimpeded world which is usually controlled by school bureaucrats.   

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