Feb 12, 2021
This week Amy chats with Brently from the Unapologetix podcast about his experiences being homeschooled in a religious home, while she continues to think out loud about unschooling.
As always, this episode contains (a lot of) salty language. Consider yourself warned.
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In 2003, in John Holt's book Teach Your Own (originally published in 1981), Pat Farenga, co-author of the new edition, provided a definition of unschooling: “When pressed, I define unschooling as allowing children as much freedom to learn in the world as their parents can comfortably bear.”