the lessons of hip-hop

Communities and families can grow their own schooling: they do not need to wait until every child gets a certain number on a corporate test.  They do not need a big corporation telling them what education is: there have been homeschoolers working outside of this box for 30+ years now.  Homeschoolers have changed the compulsory attendance laws in all 50 states.  That's a good first step in a process that educational activists saw as changing our view of what education is and what it does in our society. If so many different families can make these changes, then many communities can do so too.

From the AERO website:  the lessons of hip-hop.

Hip Hop Genius: Remixing High School Education from sam seidel on Vimeo.
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