Agency Based Education

Students should have choices in educational opportunities and not be compelled to learn. Choice develops talents, gifts, and interests. This podcast addresses the alternatives to compulsory education and seeks to strengthen parental rights and authority in the education system.

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Compulsory education inhibits the learning process. Agency, or free-will choice, develops talents, gifts, and interests.
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2019-05-24 12:02
last episode published
2016-12-06 20:57
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