More and more parents are not buying into the whole notion and promises of the traditional school but they are not aware of their options. and not even aware that they have a say when it comes to the schooling of their kids. Watch this trailers about a family who took school out of the box:
Not a sponsored post, I am simply sharing that there are alternatives out there. Plenty parents on my FB feed are angry, mad, frustrated and fighting with their child’s administration for a change. That is noble and that is great for your child and others’ children but if the fighting leads no change or you are ready to redirect that energy to your children and learning outside instead of the system, know there are alternatives. Watch this movie. And if you are able to, come see it with others. RSVP >>HERE<<
Event info from the source:
Are you interested in learning more about homeschooling, unschooling and other alternatives ways of learning outside of a traditional school model?
If you are a parent, or want a fresh perspective on education and how people learn, you won’t want to miss this one-time San Diego showing of this groundbreaking documentary.
Short Synopsis: Frustrated with the traditional school system, a family in L.A. pulls their two kids out of school and takes their education into their own hands. Class Dismissed takes a fresh look at what it means to be educated in the 21st century and explores the rapidly growing movement of parents providing an education outside a classroom setting.
We encourage you to invite friends or family who you think will benefit from the alternative education insights this film provides. The movie is family-friendly.
The movie is 90-minutes and there will be a Q&A after the movie with Director, Jeremy Stuart, and other experienced homeschooling parents.
Child care services for children ages 1-10 will be available during the event. These services are being organized by a group of high school homeschoolers who are raising money for an educational tour of Italy next year. The fee is $5 per child, but larger donations would be greatly appreciated to help these teens with their Worldschooling adventure! Please bring cash to the event to pay for these services. There is limited space for children, so reserve your spot by emailing Sylvia McMakin at [email protected]