It [unschooling] is a little like watching a garden grow. No matter how closely we examine the garden, it is difficult to verify that anything is happening at that particular moment. But as the season progresses, we can see that much has happened, quietly and naturally. Children pursue life, and in doing so, pursue knowledge. They need adults to trust in the inevitability of this very natural process, and to offer what assistance they can.
— Earl Stevens in The Unschooling Unmanual
- The Teenage Liberation Handbook (kk.org)
- ‘Unschooling’ – education fad or real alternative? (theconversation.com)
- Making Homeschooling/Unschooling Work (yahuahshomemaker.wordpress.com)
- Off-Days and Unschooling (homespunkidz.wordpress.com)
- The unschool: Parents opt for less structured education option (vicnews.com)