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  • Release Date 01/2016
  • Printed Pages 339

Reprinted by Eklavya in the interests of putting fun and learning back into the child’s education instead of the dreary boredam that today’s schools offer, Summerhill, first published in 1959 is as relevant today as it was half a century ago. Summerhill, is a school where children are not compelled to go to class and can stay away from lessons for years if they want to. And yet the students in the school learn. This experiment was started by Alexander Neill, an Englishman, in 1921 and continues to run under a children’s government where the “bosses” are the children themselves. A must-read for all those interested in education and also for those who have children. Low priced.

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