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The revolutionary Hyde School in Bath, Maine, has been profiled on 60 Minutes, Donahue, and the Today Show. Hyde's founder, Gauld, tells the school's amazing 27-year success story. Filled with powerful personal stories of Hyde students and parents. "A revolutionary book on education".--M. Scott Peck.
Hardcover, 179 pages
Published August 13th 1993 by ICS Press
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Jun 27, 2009 Brooke rated it really liked it
~~I finished reading Gauld's book last night. I did, indeed, enjoy it very much. He has established a project of great significance to the future of American education. There is too much to be said as to the structure of his school approach to outline here. A few things tand out for me: "the growth of students parallels the growth of their teachers;" "growth, not grades, is the true measure of human development and the best predictor of how a student will fare upon 'graduating' into life;" ...more
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