Bound to be Free: Home-based Education as a Positive Alternative to Paying the Hidden Costs of 'free' Education

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Educational Heretics Press, 2001 - Education - 108 pages
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In a radical rethinking of compulsory education, this book, written by a proud parent and home-educator of four, explodes the myth that state education is free education, arguing that institutional education not only bears a significant financial cost, but is detrimental to the freedom and autonomy of children, parents, or members of society alike. The author proposes that home education is a salient, positive and critical alternative to paying the costs of institutional education, as it promotes autonomy and freeom in education as well as in life.

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Contents

The human costs
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The morality of education
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From psychology to medication
40
Copyright

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