Tag: children
Zorunlu Öğretim, Okuryazarlık, Ve Eğitim Alternatifleri
Jacob Huebert’ in Libertarianism Today başlıklı kitabının meziyetlerinden biri, yüksek okuma yazma oranlarının zorunlu eğitim yasalarından önce de var oluşuna kanıttır. Ahlâk ve pratik burada güzelce biraraya geliyor. Çocukları şiddet kullanarak okula göndermek ahlâksızlık olduğu gibi, etkili bir eğitim için gerekli de değildir. Devletciler iyi bir delille kalmıyorlar. Kitabının 114. sayfasındakı alıntıya dönelim: Profesör Lawrence Cremin erkeklerde okur yazarlık…
The Weekly Abolitionist: Stop Caging Kids
This week marks the 2014 National Week of Action Against Incarcerating Youth. Across the country, actions will be held to protest everything from the criminalization of queer and disabled youth to the isolation of youth in solitary confinement. Ultimately, what activists are protesting is systematic child abuse by the state. Kids are being locked in…
Perché i Genitori Dovrebbero Lasciare in Pace i Figli
Questo è un estratto modificato di Kith: The Riddle of the Childscape, scritto da Jay Griffiths. Siamo onorati dal fatto che Jay Griffiths ci abbia accordato il permesso di pubblicarlo su C4SS. E se la cosa migliore che potessimo fare per i nostri figli fosse semplicemente lasciarli in pace? Jay Griffiths spiega perché le attenzioni…
Why Parents Should Leave Their Kids Alone
What if the best thing we could do for our children is just to leave them alone? Jay Griffiths on why modern parenting is making our children miserable I felt as if I were an unwilling accomplice to torture. Echoes of the victim’s screams rang off the varnished walls. The door, tight shut though it…
Compulsory Schooling, Literacy, and Educational Alternatives
One of the virtues of Jacob Huebert’s Libertarianism Today is that it provides ample evidence for the high literacy rates of Americans prior to the introduction of compulsory education laws. The moral and the practical come together beautifully here. Not only is it unethical to initiate force for the purpose of compelling children to attend…
Justice? Just Kidding!
It happens so often these days that it almost passes without notice: A young defendant, accused of some awful crime, is “charged as an adult.” Such is the case of 14-year-old Philip Chism of Andover, Massachusetts. The Danvers High School student, prosecutors allege, followed 24-year-old math teacher Colleen Ritzer into a bathroom, punched her in…
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