Education: Back to the Sandbox

Because his idea of education is a rather special one, Ken Reiner was disgusted with his daughter's lack of progress in public school. Because he is a millionaire, he found a rather special solution to his problem. He built a school of his own, and now that it is in operation. Reiner and his children are content. It is a rather special school.

To most educators, classroom permissiveness died of overindulgence ten years ago, and the return to discipline is well advanced. But to Ken Reiner, permissiveness makes happy children happier and good teachers...

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