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Hear Ye! Hear Ye! The court is in session!

Sudbury Valley’s big drama in November was a trial. Trials are rare. Almost always, when the Judicial Committee decides, after careful investigation, to charge someone with violating a rule, the person charged accepts the fairness of the process and pleads … Continue reading

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That which is seen and that which is not seen

In 1850 the noted French economist Frederic Bastiat wrote a famous essay with the same title, and with a very insightful point: lots of times there are situations where we have no trouble seeing their good side, but don’t think … Continue reading

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The heart of the school, take two

by Mimsy Sadofsky I read Dan’s post, “The Heart of the School,” with great interest. It was true, all true. And yet for me there is another overwhelming reason why the Judicial Committee is the heart of Sudbury Valley. We … Continue reading

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