Every Parent’s Dilemma

Why Do We Ignore Schools That Nurture Children?
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  • Published: February 2015
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 78
  • Size: 5x8
  • ISBN: 9781490743455
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The required foundation for effective and efficient learning is well-being.

Good News

Children's psychological well-being is supported in K-12 schools that facilitate self-directed learning.

Bad News

The psychological well-being of children in mainstream K-12 schools is consistently diminished.

Silver Lining

This good news can transform the bad news.

Why do K-12 schools that facilitate self-directed learning serve less than 5% of all students in the USA despite over 100 years of good results?

The systematic growth of school models that support self-directed learning has been stunted by hidden barriers. The hidden barriers also prevent more mainstream schools from sustainably adapting their practices to become more nurturing. The barriers are based on a theory of education that is wrong. K-12 policy makers at every level can remove those barriers by making an explicit commitment to ensuring that the schools they oversee support well-being. This book includes the ""Resolution to Build on Well-Being to Achieve K-12 Equity"" which you can take to your favorite policy makers to advocate for the well-being of all students.

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