Lib Ed was formed in 1966 as the Libertarian Teachers Association. It now explores libertarian practice and ideas in education around the world, linking and supporting others with similar ideals, running a website and organising conferences....
This book consists of fifteen articles compiled some years ago from interviews with former pupils of Summerhill.
Gert J. J. Biesta
A philosophical argument for a type of education which has long relied only on personal feeling and practical experience
An article originally published in the Sudbury Valley School Journal, revealing surprising similarities between Sudbury Valley and Pixar.
An address to The first EUDEC (European Democratic Education Conference) which was held at the University of Leipzig in 2008.
Seliba Sa Boithuto provides learners with a quiet, comfortable place to learn, materials such as books, pamphlets, computers and videos, and tutors
For twenty years or more I have been visiting schools described as democratic or progressive or free or child-centred and finding a huge variety of places that seemed to me to be excellent. Some had no lessons but many rules and others had many lessons but no rules, some were governed entirely by the school meetings of students and staff and others were owned by benevolent dictators, at some the staff offered courses and at others the students decided entirely for themselves ...