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Introduction FREE SCHOOLS AS MODELS
One RENOUNCING AUTHORITY
Two ALTERNATIVES TO AUTHORITY
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absence of authority academic skills achievement alternative education alternative organizations alternative schools argued Benjamin Zablocki Berkeley High Berkeley High School Berkeley schools Berkeley's Burns and Stalker charismatic Chicano claim commitment cooptation model counterculture create cultural curriculum demands dents develop discussion effective egalitarian eleven-plus Ethnic High Ethnic High's students Ethnic High's teachers evaluation experiences experimental schools expertise formal free school movement free school teachers George Dennison goals Group High hierarchy High and Ethnic high school ideology individual influence innovative intentional communities interests intimacy involved Janet meetings middle-class motives norms open classrooms organizational organizations without authority parents participation political postindustrial problems professional public school radical reform responsibility role sense shared social control society staff status equalization stratum structure students and teachers students at Group studies teachers and students teachers at Group teaching tion tional traditional schools values wanted women's studies