ERIC Number: ED399093
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
SKOLE: The Journal of Alternative Education, 1994.
SKOLE: The Journal of Alternative Education, v11 n1-2 1994
The two issues of the journal SKOLE for 1994 contain original articles and reprints about small alternative schools, home schooling, the contradictions and deficiencies of public education, and educational innovations. Major articles include: (1) "Reunion" (about Rockland Project School, New York) (Alice Gerard); (2) "Children's Village: The Evolution of an Alternative School" (in Japan) (Kuniko Kato); (3) "Absolute Absolution: The Forgiveness of Original Sin by Ministers of Government Schooling" (John Taylor Gatto); (4) "Hail to the Victors: Home Educators of Michigan" (Pat Montgomery); (5) "What It's 'Really' Like To Be Black" (Claire Saffian); (6) "The National Extortion Association?" (about the National Education Association) (Peter Brimelow, Leslie Spencer); (7) "Walking Wounded: A Way of Life?" (about survivors of child abuse) (Bennet Wong, Jock McKeen); (8) excerpt from "The End of Evolution" (about learning processes) (Joseph Chilton Pearce); (9) excerpts from "Educating the Entire Person" (Ron Dultz); (10) "Who's in Charge at the C-School?" (about the Community School, Camden, Maine) (Bill Halpin); (11) "Stonesoup Journal" (Dan Huston); (12) "Miracle on 45th Street" (about P.S. 51, New York City, New York) (Lydia Green); (13) "Concentration" (about the Free School, Albany, New York) (Chris Mercogliano); (14) "A Map, a Mirror, and a Wristwatch" (about educational strategies to undo the damage inflicted by public education) (John Taylor Gatto); (15) "The Transcendentalists: Humanistic Educators of the Early Nineteenth Century" (Ron Miller); (16)"Schooling + Diplomas = Jobs?" (Pat Farenga); (17) "Information on Eureka Free University Seminar Project" (in Russia) (Jerry Mintz and friends); (18) "Son-Rise: The Miracle Continues" (growth and healing of an autistic child) (Barry Neil Kaufman); (19) "Nine Years of NCACS Doings" (collection of items from the National Coalition of Alternative Community Schools newsletter); (20) "Madalyne" (a first grade's acceptance of a special needs student) (Holly Engel); and (21) "Myles Horton (1905-90) of Highlander: Adult Educator and Southern Activist" (Franklin Parker, Betty J. Parker). The journal also contains poems, letters, reviews of books and videos, interviews, and student writings. (SV)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Coalition of Alternative Community Schools.
Note: Photographs may not reproduce adequately. For volume 10, see RC 020 007. For volumes 4-9, see ED 360 126. Published twice a year.