By Ornette D. Clennon
This publication explores the moral and philosophical concerns at the back of the supply of market-led replacement schooling. the quantity examines the types of loose, Studio, Supplementary and Co-operative college provisions, asking even if a market-based method of offering greater criteria of schooling really works.
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Any “one size fits all”, standardising model, becomes a form of repression to those who are not “standard” for that model. So choosing the most flexible model of schooling becomes paramount. It is important to remember that the purposes of education are by no means agreed or incontestable (Dadds, 2001, p. 48), which gives educators and parents a mandate to reinvent education for the better. Another essential criteria when thinking about the most appropriate form of education is that “humans are emotional beings and the emotions are central to any learning process” (Ollis, 2012, p.
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Alternative Education and Community Engagement: Making Education a Priority by Ornette D. Clennon