A simply stated and important message to parents, Don’t Do Drugs Stay Out Of School challenges folks everywhere to rethink the necessity of conventional schooling. Probing questions explore the concepts of learning and childhood development and offer the suggestion that perhaps a life without school is healthier for children and thus for the world.
Is learning the real purpose of school? Does school offer true educational value? Is there a better way? How can children learn and grow without school in their lives? How has the school culture affected society in the last hundred years? These important questions and more are explored in Don’t Do Drugs Stay Out Of School. View Sample
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Praise for Don't Do Drugs Stay Out Of School
Read More Praise Purchase“As with so many aspects of life today, the powers-that-be are "fixing" the education of our children from every possible wrong angle, scattering sugar pills when major surgery is required...continue
~ Linda Dobson Author of The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child, Homeschooling: The Early Years, and many others; Parent at the Helm.com creator“Passionately written, powerfully argued and sensitively presented, “Don’t Do Drugs Stay OUT OF School” is more than a wake-up call - it is a trumpet in the ear of any parent looking for alternatives to the existing stultification of formal education...continue
~Stefan Molyneux Host of Freedomain Radio
"Laurette Lynn’s Don’t Do Drugs, Stay Out of School is an elegant, powerful statement of the unschooling and trustful parenting philosophy....continue
–Peter Gray, Research PhD, Author of Free to Learn
"Dear Friend, It is wonderful that you are ready to skip school in favor of natural learning. It is my hope that the simple stated information herein will help bolster confidence in your decision and help get you started in family based-education and life experience. Thank you for looking and enjoy learning and living in liberty!"
--Laurette Lynn Author, Liberty Advocate and Epic Mom
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