From a disenchantment with public schooling to alternative schooling practice
AbstractThis article explores two widely differing alternatives to educational provisioning. The Accelerated Schools Project and Amish one-roomed schooling are discussed and compared. Disenchanted stakeholders in education in South Africa are advised to actively participate in questioning the quality of educational provision and functioning. Alternatives to unsatisfactory practices should be investigated in the South African context.
(South African Journal of Education: 2002 22(1): 19-23)
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