is democratic learning, and what makes it democratic?
of democratic learning is to provide all students with strong
academic and social skills, problem solving abilities, and civic attitudes
that will equip them to work for a better democratic life for all.
and teachers working together to make students' learning a contribution
to their community.
demonstrating their learning in public settings and receiving public
having escalating degrees of choice, both as individuals and as
groups, within the parameters provided by the teacher.
actively working with problems, ideas, materials, and people as
they learn skills and content.
being held to high degrees of excellence in both their academic
objectives learned and their contributions made to a larger community.
the work of the League
is the League deepening its work from focusing on democratic governance
and action research to democratic learning?
can I read more about the League's commitment to democratic learning?
this deepening of our work mean we will no longer work with issues
dealing with covenants, governance, and action research?
from a League School
on the League's dedication to Democratic Learning