School is Dead has 33 ratings and 2 reviews. Eric said: This book presents more cogently and in greater detail the argument Ivan Illich made in Deschool. Everett Reimer has done too many things to mention in full: he has sold maps about education and school and, eventually, about alternatives to Schools. This is one of my favorite books on alternative education because it rang true with what I saw happening in the future. In this book he proposed.
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Alternatives to the entire school nexus are outlined. His description of the kinds of educators needed in the future seem to really apply now, 40 years later… Architects and administrators of Educational Resource Networks. School is Dead Penguin education specials by Everett Reimer. No trivia or quizzes yet. Diana rated it really liked it Nov 25, School makes learning a scar This book ie more cogently and in greater detail the argument Ivan Illich made os “Deschooling Society”: Trivia About School is Dead.
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It is not possible to educate everyone up to even the current level deemed adequate; anyway, as soon as that level is approached, “competition” bids up the minimum level of “necessary” veerett. Auwalu Isiyaku mashi rated it did not like it Apr 14, This book presents more cogently and in greater detail the argument Ivan Illich made in “Deschooling Society”: Silvia rated it really liked it Jul 24, Krishnee rated it really liked it Jan 12, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
This is one of my favorite books on alternative education because it rang true with what I saw happening in the future. That’s all I can cram into this space, but there’s lots more!