unschooling
 n.— «Lundgren had rejected her Lutheran upbringing but discovered the ideas of John Holt, who began in the ’60s to advocate what has come to be called “unschooling.” The child directs his education, deciding when and if he wants to learn reading, math, science, anything or nothing.» —“Wild Child” by Glenna Whitley Dallas Observer (Texas) Oct. 27, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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