Learn more, get inspired.
These are links to informative, inspiring, and otherwise helpful websites
and blogs for those interested in alternative education in general.
Advancing student-driven, learner-centered approaches to education
Tinkering School founder Gever Tulley's new school that reimagines K–12 education by breaking the traditional walls between school and the community outside the classroom (San Francisco, CA)
At the forefront of creating and sustaining personalized, equitable, and intellectually challenging schools
One of the oldest and most famous alternative schools in the United States (Albany, NY)
An education reform movement committed to small-scale learning communities based on the values of democracy, justice, and respect
A national nonprofit organization that advances democratic education: learning that equips every human being to participate fully in a healthy democracy
The International Montessori Index: created to provide detailed comparative information to help in the search for a school or training center; also includes history and philosophy of the Montessori movement
Envisioning a world where all children are honored and respected for their potential, capabilities, and humanity
An internationally recognized and beloved leader in the development of education, creativity, and innovation (see his TED talks!)
The original Sudbury school, where young people are exuberant about their lives and fully in control of their education (Framingham, MA)
The original alternative "free" school, founded by A.S. Neill in 1921; still an influential model for progressive, democratic education around the world (Suffolk, England)
Education-related ideas worth spreading
Everything you need to know about Waldorf education