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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Schools are prisons

Of course they are, via LewRockwell.com.

They have wardens, guards, trusties, gangs, inmates, and coerced attendance. Just like actual prisons.

Of course, this psychologist's happy vision of 'play-learning' and educational co-ops would likely vanish in the face of a more hard-edged reality of vocational apprenticeships and struggling family businesses.

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