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ERIC Number: ED061731
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 222
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No Particular Place to Go: The Making of a Free High School.
Bhaermen, Steve; Denker, Joel
Two radical teachers set up a "free school" in Washington, D. C. to offer an alternative education to disaffected, rebellious, bored, middle-class high school students. Some of their ideas work, some of them didn't. Their story is told in this book from the separate perspectives of the two teachers. In their first-hand account of the school and its effects on the lives of both teachers and students, they examine the philosophy of free schools and call for the application of this philosophy to bring about the radical reform of public secondary education.(JY)
Simon and Schuster, Inc., 630 Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, New York, N. Y. 10020 ($6.95)
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