Moore gives a succinct summary of what historians and educational researchers have to say about how soon children should enter formal schools. His conclusion is that he finds no “replicable research suggesting that normal children should be schooled before age 8”
Brian Ray, HSR Vol.1 No.4, December 1985
The purpose of the study was to profile the Alaska home student and family.
Sue S. Greene, HSR Vol.1 No.4, December 1985
Presenting Researcher Sue Greene.
Sue Greene, HSR Vol.1 No.4, December 1985
Presenting Researcher Mike Shepherd.
Mike Shepherd, HSR Vol.1 No.3, September 1985
The writing style of Stephen Arons is attractive and his content is captivating for anyone interested in the philosophy of education as per the United States. In addition, evidential support can be found by pursuing the report which is a result of a grant.
Brian Ray, HSR Vol.1 No.3, September 1985
Presenting Researcher Tom Tehan.
Tom Tehan, HSR Vol.1 No.3, September 1985
John Holt summarizes the three metaphors which govern and dominate organized education in the U.S. The article is “Why Teachers Fail” in The Education Digest, December 1984, p.58-60, which is a condensed version of an article in The Progressive, XLVIII (April 1984), p.32-33.
Brian Ray, HSR Vol.1 No.2, June 1985
Presenting Researcher Jane Van Galen.
Jane Van Galen, HSR Vol.1 No.2, June 1985
There are no “cure-all” programs in the schools today for children with behavior disorders. Some behavior problems may owe their very existence to the fact that there is such a thing as formal education.
Kathleen M. Knez, HSR Vol.1 No.2, June 1985