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Survey of Grown Unschoolers II: Going on to College

Most people in our culture believe that college admission requires 13 years of hard work in school, maybe accompanied by frequent tears. To some of them it may be disturbing to learn that it is possible to go to college, and do well there, with no K-12 schooling at all, just by following your own interests and dreams. Here are the words of some who did just that.

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Survey of Grown Unschoolers II: Going on to College

Most people in our culture believe that college admission requires 13 years of hard work in school, maybe accompanied by frequent tears. To some of them it may be disturbing to learn that it is possible to go to college, and do well there, with no K-12 schooling at all, just by following your own interests and dreams. Here are the words of some who did just that.

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Survey of Grown Unschoolers II: Going on to College

Most people in our culture believe that college admission requires 13 years of hard work in school, maybe accompanied by frequent tears. To some of them it may be disturbing to learn that it is possible to go to college, and do well there, with no K-12 schooling at all, just by following your own interests and dreams. Here are the words of some who did just that.

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Survey of Grown Unschoolers II: Going on to College

Most people in our culture believe that college admission requires 13 years of hard work in school, maybe accompanied by frequent tears. To some of them it may be disturbing to learn that it is possible to go to college, and do well there, with no K-12 schooling at all, just by following your own interests and dreams. Here are the words of some who did just that.

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Survey of Grown Unschoolers II: Going on to College

Most people in our culture believe that college admission requires 13 years of hard work in school, maybe accompanied by frequent tears. To some of them it may be disturbing to learn that it is possible to go to college, and do well there, with no K-12 schooling at all, just by following your own interests and dreams. Here are the words of some who did just that.

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Survey of Grown Unschoolers II: Going on to College

Most people in our culture believe that college admission requires 13 years of hard work in school, maybe accompanied by frequent tears. To some of them it may be disturbing to learn that it is possible to go to college, and do well there, with no K-12 schooling at all, just by following your own interests and dreams. Here are the words of some who did just that.

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School Bullying: A Tragic Cost of Undemocratic Schools

Let's say you are 15 years old, or 13, or 11, and for some reason--over which you have no control--you have been singled out by your schoolmates as an object for scorn and humiliation. Every day at school, for you, is another day in hell. No matter how you feel about school and how terribly you are treated there, the law requires you to be there. What ...

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Video Game Addiction: Does It Occur? If So, Why?

The concept of "video game addiction" has been rejected by the American Psychiatric Association, by many video game researchers, and by many psychotherapists who work with video gamers. I reject it too. Here's why; and here's how you might help someone you know who spends lots of time at video games and seems unhappy.

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