Sometimes blogging takes a lot of guts, and these are the posts to prove it!
Two weeks ago I shared my ten most popular posts from 2016. It was such an exciting post for me to write because I honestly never realized how many readers I have until I actually took the time to sit down and gather the numbers for that purpose. I am amazed and still feel so much gratitude for all of you.
While the posts chosen by all of you certainly hold a place near and dear to my heart, I have several others that did not make the cut of being one of my most viewed, but that I am so proud of having written. Continue reading “10 of My All-Time Favorite Posts from 2016”
“This was once a land where every sane person knew how to build a shelter, grow food, and entertain one another. Now we have been rendered permanent children. It’s the architects of forced schooling who are responsible for that.”
― John Taylor Gatto, Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling
I know that I’m entering into a sticky topic here, but I’ve got to get this off my chest…
Have you ever thought that institutionalized schooling has been bad for us, for our society?
Assuming that all of you are less than 150 years old ;), like me, you’ve grown up with the notion that school has always existed, that it’s the best way to learn, and that it’s necessary for a productive society.
But is this really true?
Ever think about what life was like before the government stepped in and took control over this portion of our lives? Continue reading “Has Compulsory Education Actually Harmed Us More Than It’s Helped?”