Jithe Mulana Pankh Futtaat
The Sudbury Valley School In the late 1960's Daniel Greenberg-an American physicist was looking for a child friendly school near Boston for his own children. He couldn't find one. So, a few like minded parents got together and started The Sudbury Valley School. This book is simply written, shorn of all educational jargon. It recounts the inspiring story of this marvelous school where children can "just be". There is no curriculum, no classes, no grades, no coercion, no uniforms, no bells and none of the rituals which define a regular school. Here children are treated as responsible citizens and they carry the burden of their own education. Unless asked, the teachers "stay away" from the children. Here children discover their own innate interests and then gallantly pursue them. And because they chose them, they also rough it out and learn them well. So, children become the true architects of their own education.