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"I argue that "coersive teaching" is the exception, rather than the norm, in school."
The only way that could be remotely true is if ALL schools were a choice that any child could freely choose. Until then, it's a controlled and coersive way of education.
And as far as I know, Peter has never called a teacher evil, or even implied that they are. Teachers are people, ones that happen to be a part of a system. It's the system that's being analyzed and hashed out.
If you can't handle critical thinking and discourse of your own chosen field, perhaps you need to get out of it!
Part two: overcoming the social isolation society has imposed on children.
Part one: irrational societal fears can paralyze parents and harm children.
I’m asking for your ideas about how to make real play possible for kids again.
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