Tag Archives: alternatives to public school

In Pursuit of Free Enterprise Education [PODCAST #714]

Today a swap-cast with the young (24 years old) and ambitious Noah Blaylock, host of The Noah Blaylock Show and the creator of this helpful infographic: Noah's media mission is to promote the separation of school and state, so we'll discuss some of the lessons I've learned along the way with School Sucks Project. He interviews me for about 10 minutes, and then I have LOTS of questions for him! MUSIC: "Car Chase" Fabian Ross "Someday I'm Going Away" The Hip Abduction Mentioned: The underground History of American Education, Audiobook by Unwelcome Guests OUR NEXT VIRTUAL SUMMIT IS JUNE 7&8 Visit MindsetandMastery.com to learn more about this exciting new presentation, the topics, and bonuses Please Support School Sucks We do ...

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Homesteads and Homeschools, With Ben Pangie [PODCAST #673]

Ben joins me for a nice swap-cast between SSP and Homesteads and Homeschools. Ben is a father of four and a former public school teacher who left the schools and the city life (Brooklyn) before those things were cool. He and his wife homeschool two of their children while the other two attend public school, so I knew he would also have some interesting perspectives to share about the current state of affairs. The downloadable version of The Ideas Into Action Summit is now available. Visit sspuniversity.com/ideasintoaction to learn more about the presenters, topics, bonus materials and encore presentation. Please Support School Sucks We do cool things! Thanks to your support. School Sucks is one of the longest running liberty-minded ...

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[PODCAST] #549: Days of Wonder – An Inspiring Model For Alternative Education

Cynthia Day is the founder of and a teacher at the Days of Wonder School in Batavia, OH. I invited her on the show as part of a continuing effort to showcase successful and inspiring alternative education models, along with desirable attributes of voluntary learning communities. Cynthia began her teaching career in public school, but within a matter of years she discovered that the environment and culture presented serious obstacles to addressing the emotional and educational needs of her students. I had similar experiences; we compare stories. She ultimately left teaching to focus on homeschooling her own children. When they reached adulthood, she shifted her attention into creating an alternative school that encompassed the best aspects of homeschooling. The ultimate ...

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