Ramïn Farhangi, a former high school math teacher, created an alternative school called “The Dynamic School” in Pars, the 13th, based on two concepts. The first is FREEDOM: kids are allowed to do absolutely anything they want. The second is considering the kids as “human beings” not the property of their parents, nor students but independent members of a democratic society. The idea was inspired by “SUDBURY VALLEY SCHOOL” based in the small city of Framingham, Massachusetts for nearly fifty years (1969). The school was established by the couple: Daniel and Hanna GREENBIRG, former university professors at the University of Columbia.
The results of the Sudbury School are surprisingly incredible.
By Aimane Idhajji