The Hard Path, Part 2 « Cooperative Catalyst

Adam says, “no matter where you are you are a part of a system.”

Forget hierarchy. Forget leading and following. Forget the prevalent notion of executive control over school systems, kids, and “learning.”

In some ways, these ideas seem reductionist and dehumanizing to me; in some ways they capture exactly what I think it means to be human and why we educate children.

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About Alan Stange

I am an Alumni of the University of Regina, class or 1980. After a two year posting with CUSO in Kaduna, Nigeria, I worked in South-central Saskatchewan in rural K-12 schools. I took a year of post-graduate studies and then moved into administration. I stepped out of that role in 2007 and returned to the classroom as an elementary school teacher. I am currently in Moose Jaw.
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