Help the People You Love — By Letting Go and Allowing Them to Discover
Christopher D. Connors

“…it was a landmark day for his growth as he begins to see more of this world.
Even if it’s in the confines of an 8 x 14 room.”

How does being “confined” fit Coach Jackson’s advice assuming your son is limited to what others have decided he “needs to know and be able to do.” I would suspect any early childhood program that called itself a “school” unless the focus is on authentic learning through free self-directed play (exploring the world in his own way and at his own rate) rather than on “academic achievement.”

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