Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Reformers' Errors of Composition, Volume XVIII

Sara Mosle:

While I wouldn't go so far as to say no nonparent can be a great teacher—several of my favorite high school teachers were childfree—I cannot imagine sending my daughter to a school where not a single grown-up in the building has any direct comprehension of the inner workings of adult family life. Schools need both youthful energy and seasoned wisdom to succeed over the long haul and on a broad scale.

Don't create monocultures.

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