Recent Changes - Search:

Under Construction (Help add to these)

PmWiki

pmwiki.org

edit SideBar

Home Page

Main.HomePage History

Hide minor edits - Show changes to output

March 19, 2017, at 10:19 PM by 196.210.70.92 -
Changed lines 87-89 from:
List of ALL Old SS Wiki pages:
to:
!!List of ALL Old SS Wiki pages:

(Links and info on these pages may be outdated)
March 19, 2017, at 07:33 PM by 196.210.70.92 -
Changed lines 42-45 from:


[[OldSSWiki/Jobs that don't suck|Jobs that don't suck]]
[[Making Money Online]]
to:
* [[OldSSWiki/Jobs that don't suck|Jobs that don't suck]]
* [[Making Money Online]]
March 19, 2017, at 07:33 PM by 196.210.70.92 -
Added line 45:
[[Making Money Online]]
March 19, 2017, at 07:08 PM by 196.210.70.92 -
Deleted line 34:
*[[OldSSWiki/Statistics|Statistics]] - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
Changed lines 36-38 from:
*How to [[Develop a Plan]] for quitting school and preparing for your next steps.

to:
Added lines 85-86:

Changed lines 139-140 from:
!! Planning / Under Construction
to:
!! Planning / Under Construction / TODO
Added lines 143-144:
*[[OldSSWiki/Statistics|Statistics]] - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
*How to [[Develop a Plan]] for quitting school and preparing for your next steps.
Deleted lines 58-59:
[[democratic-schools|Democratic Schools]] · [[free-schools|Free Schools]] · [[homeschooling|Homeschooling]] · [[montessori|Montessori]] · [[unschooling|Unschooling]] ·  [[waldorf|Waldorf]]
Changed lines 78-89 from:
*[[depression-and-suicide|Depression and Suicide]]
*[[dealing-with-anger|Dealing with Anger]]
*[[finding-out-what-you-re-good-at|Finding out what you're good at]]
*[[bullying-in-school|Bullying in school]]
*[[showing-people-that-school-is-stupid|Showing people that school is stupid]]
*[[school-arguments|School Arguments]]



*[[web
-learning|Web Learning]] - Resources for learning on the web.
*[[web-lectures|Web Lectures]] - List of complete courses online, most with video.
*[[online-education|
Online Education]] - Online school/college/university courses you can sign up for and finish to get a diploma or degree or some kind of certification that is acceptable to society.
to:
*[[OldSSWiki/Convincing Parents]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Depression and Suicide]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Finding out what you're good at]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Parents and Disappointment
]]

*[[OldSSWiki/Web Learning]] - Resources for learning on the web.
*[[OldSSWiki/Web Lectures]] - List of complete courses online, most with video.
*[[OldSSWiki/Online Education]] - Online school/college/university courses you can sign up for and finish to get a diploma or degree or some kind of certification that is acceptable to society.
July 21, 2014, at 05:38 PM by 41.164.176.194 -
Changed line 79 from:
to:
*[[Emotional Support]]
Deleted line 147:
*[[Emotional Support]]
Changed lines 149-150 from:
*[[SS Intro Page]]
to:
*[[Rewriting The Site]]
July 21, 2014, at 05:36 PM by 41.164.176.194 -
Changed lines 79-80 from:
*[[Emotional Support]]
*[[Constructive Criticism]]
to:
Added lines 144-152:


!! Planning / Under Construction

*[[Emotional Support]]
*[[Constructive Criticism]]
*[[SS Intro Page]]

July 11, 2014, at 04:44 PM by 197.87.212.56 -
Added line 80:
*[[Constructive Criticism]]
July 09, 2014, at 03:02 PM by 197.87.212.56 -
Changed lines 1-4 from:
This is an expanding collection of information for people who are unhappy with traditional schools for various [[complaints-about-school|reasons]].  More articles, support, and resources can be found at [[http://www.school-survival.net|http://www.school-survival.net]].


to:
This is an expanding collection of information for people who are unhappy with traditional schools for various [[OldSSWiki/Complaints about school|reasons]].  More articles, support, and resources can be found at [[http://www.school-survival.net|http://www.school-survival.net]].


Changed lines 7-10 from:
Most countries mandate school attendance until approximately age 16.  Some countries offer an exception for students who [[homeschooling|homeschool]], with varying requirements.  Other options include: change schools, find an [[http://www.school-survival.net/alternatives/online-schooling/|online school]], or even [[start-college-early|start college early]].  Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.


to:
Most countries mandate school attendance until approximately age 16.  Some countries offer an exception for students who [[OldSSWiki/Homeschooling|homeschool]], with varying requirements.  Other options include: change schools, find an [[http://www.school-survival.net/alternatives/online-schooling/|online school]], or even [[OldSSWiki/Start college early|start college early]].  Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.


Changed lines 33-39 from:
*[[convincing-parents|Convincing Parents]] - How to convince your parents to help you.
*[[parents-and-disappointment|Parents and Disappointment]] - What to do if you're afraid of disappointing your parents.
*[[statistics|Statistics]] - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
*[[social-skills-outside-school|Social skills outside school]] - Dealing with the social skills arguments
*How to [[develop-a-plan|develop a plan]] for quitting school and preparing for your next steps.

to:
*[[OldSSWiki/Convincing Parents|Convincing Parents]] - How to convince your parents to help you.
*[[OldSSWiki/Parents and Disappointment|Parents and Disappointment]] - What to do if you're afraid of disappointing your parents.
*[[OldSSWiki/Statistics|Statistics]] - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
*[[OldSSWiki/Social skills outside school|Social skills outside school]] - Dealing with the social skills arguments
*How to [[Develop a Plan]] for quitting school and preparing for your next steps.

Changed lines 43-60 from:
One of the primary arguments in favor of school is that it's required for a good job.  One option is '''getting a college degree without high school'''.  There are also many ways to earn good money at [[jobs-without-college|jobs that don't require college]], by [[freelancing|freelancing]], or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.



[[jobs-that-don-t-suck|Jobs that don't suck]]


!! %block class="sectionedit16" id="research-on-learning-and-school"% Research on Learning and School
<div class="level2">

*[[research-
on-learning|Research on Learning]]


(:divend:)
%comment%
  EDIT16 SECTION "Research on Learning and School" [3943-4011]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit17" id="forms-of-education"% &quot;Forms&quot; of Education
(:div class="level2":)
to:
One of the primary arguments in favor of school is that it&#039;s required for a good job.  One option is '''getting a college degree without high school'''.  There are also many ways to earn good money at [[OldSSWiki/Jobs Without College|jobs that don&#039;t require college]], by [[Freelancing]], or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.



[[OldSSWiki/Jobs that don't suck|Jobs that don&#039;t suck]]


!!  Research on Learning and School

*[[OldSSWiki/Research on Learning|Research on Learning]]


!! &quot;Forms&quot; of Education
Deleted line 58:
Changed lines 61-62 from:

to:
*[[OldSSWiki/Democratic Schools]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Free Schools]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Homeschooling]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Montessori]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Online Education]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Unschooling]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Waldorf]]


Changed lines 72-76 from:
*[[start-college-early|Start college early]]
*[[california-high-school-proficiency-exam|California High School Proficiency Exam]]
*[[dropping-out-of-school|Dropping out of School]]

to:
*[[OldSSWiki/Start college early]]
*[[OldSSWiki/California High School Proficiency Exam]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Dropping Out Of School]]

Added line 79:
*[[Emotional Support]]
Deleted line 85:
*[[Emotional Support]]
July 09, 2014, at 02:48 PM by 197.87.212.56 -
Added line 84:
*[[Emotional Support]]
July 02, 2014, at 02:14 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Deleted line 0:
Deleted line 95:
*[[OldSSWiki/British Columbia]]
Deleted line 96:
*[[OldSSWiki/California]]
Changed line 98 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/Canada]]
to:
Changed line 102 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/Czech Republic]]
to:
Changed lines 107-108 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/Finland]]
*[[OldSSWiki/France]]
to:
Changed lines 111-113 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/India]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Italy]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Japan]]
to:
Changed lines 114-115 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/Main Page]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Manitoba]]
to:
Changed line 119 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/New Brunswick]]
to:
Changed lines 121-122 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/Online College Courses]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Online Degree Programs]]
to:
Changed line 123 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/Ontario]]
to:
Changed lines 136-137 from:
*[[OldSSWiki/United States]]
*[[OldSSWiki/United States of America]]
to:
July 02, 2014, at 02:02 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Changed lines 2-14 from:

This is an expanding collection of information for people who are unhappy with traditional schools for various %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/complaints-about-school|reasons]].  More articles, support, and resources can be found at [[http://www.school-survival.net|http://www.school-survival.net]].


</div>
%comment%
  EDIT1 SECTION "Main_Page" [1-304]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit2" id="
school-laws-and-alternatives-by-country"% School Laws and Alternatives by Country
(:div class="level2":)
Most
countries mandate school attendance until approximately age 16.  Some countries offer an exception for students who [[Path:/w/homeschooling|homeschool]], with varying requirements.  Other options include: change schools, find an [[http://www.school-survival.net/alternatives/online-schooling/|online school]], or even %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/start-college-early|start college early]].  Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.


to:
This is an expanding collection of information for people who are unhappy with traditional schools for various [[complaints-about-school|reasons]].  More articles, support, and resources can be found at [[http://www.school-survival.net|http://www.school-survival.net]].



!!  School Laws and Alternatives by Country

Most countries mandate
school attendance until approximately age 16.  Some countries offer an exception for students who [[homeschooling|homeschool]], with varying requirements.  Other options include: change schools, find an [[http://www.school-survival.net/alternatives/online-schooling/|online school]], or even [[start-college-early|start college early]].  Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.


Changed lines 15-17 from:
!! %block class="sectionedit8" id="creditcredentials-outside-of-school"% Credit/Credentials Outside of School
<div class="level2">
to:
!! Credit/Credentials Outside of School
Changed lines 19-20 from:
* %apply=item class="level1"% <div class="li"> The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GED|GED]] diploma is an alternative to graduating high school in the United States and Canada. (The US state of Maine offers an [[http://www.maine.gov/education/aded/dev/ged/international.htm|International GED]].)
(:divend:)
to:
* The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GED|GED]] diploma is an alternative to graduating high school in the United States and Canada. (The US state of Maine offers an [[http://www.maine.gov/education/aded/dev/ged/international.htm|International GED]].)
Changed lines 32-60 from:
!! %block class="sectionedit11" id="dealing-with-parents"% Dealing with Parents
to:
!!  Dealing with Parents

*[[convincing-parents|Convincing Parents]] - How to convince your parents to help you.
*[[parents-and-disappointment|Parents and Disappointment]] - What to do if you&#039;re afraid of disappointing your parents.
*[[statistics|Statistics]] - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
*[[social-skills-outside-school|Social skills outside school]] - Dealing with the social skills arguments
*How to [[develop-a-plan|develop a plan]] for quitting school and preparing for your next steps.


!! Earning a Living


One of the primary arguments in favor of school is that it&#039;s required for a good job.  One option is '''getting a college degree without high school'''.  There are also many ways to earn good money at [[jobs-without-college|jobs that don&#039;t require college]], by [[freelancing|freelancing]], or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.



[[jobs-that-don-t-suck|Jobs that don&#039;t suck]]


!! %block class="sectionedit16" id="research-on-learning-and-school"% Research on Learning and School
<div class="level2">

*[[research-on-learning|Research on Learning]]


(:divend:)
%comment%  EDIT16 SECTION "Research on Learning and School" [3943-4011]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit17" id="forms-of-education"% &quot;Forms&quot; of Education
Deleted lines 61-88:
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/convincing-parents|Convincing Parents]] - How to convince your parents to help you.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/parents-and-disappointment|Parents and Disappointment]] - What to do if you&#039;re afraid of disappointing your parents.
*[[Path:/w/statistics|Statistics]] - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/social-skills-outside-school|Social skills outside school]] - Dealing with the social skills arguments
*How to %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/develop-a-plan|develop a plan]] for quitting school and preparing for your next steps.


!! %block class="sectionedit13" id="earning-a-living"% Earning a Living
<div class="level2">

One of the primary arguments in favor of school is that it&#039;s required for a good job.  One option is '''getting a college degree without high school'''.  There are also many ways to earn good money at %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/jobs-without-college|jobs that don&#039;t require college]], by %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/freelancing|freelancing]], or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.



%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/jobs-that-don-t-suck|Jobs that don&#039;t suck]]


!! %block class="sectionedit16" id="research-on-learning-and-school"% Research on Learning and School
<div class="level2">

*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/research-on-learning|Research on Learning]]


(:divend:)
%comment%  EDIT16 SECTION "Research on Learning and School" [3943-4011]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit17" id="forms-of-education"% &quot;Forms&quot; of Education
(:div class="level2":)
Changed lines 66-102 from:
%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/democratic-schools|Democratic Schools]] · %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/free-schools|Free Schools]] · [[Path:/w/homeschooling|Homeschooling]] · [[Path:/w/montessori|Montessori]] · [[Path:/w/unschooling|Unschooling]] ·  [[Path:/w/waldorf|Waldorf]]

<div class="table sectionedit18">
(:table class="inline":)
(:cellnr class="row0" class="col0":) width=48% valign=top

(:tableend:)
(:divend:)
%comment%  EDIT18 TABLE [4212-4236
]  %%
</div>
%comment%  EDIT17 SECTION "Forms of Education" [4012-4237
]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit19" id="getting-out-of-school"% Getting out of
school
(:div class="level2":)
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/start-college-early|Start college early]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/california-high-school-proficiency-exam|California High School Proficiency Exam]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/dropping-out-of-school|Dropping out of School]]


(:divend:)
%comment%
  EDIT19 SECTION "Getting out of school" [4238-4368%%

!! %block class="sectionedit20" id="guides"% Guides
<div class="level2">

*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/depression-and-suicide|Depression and Suicide]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/dealing-with-anger|Dealing with Anger]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/finding-out-what-you-re-good-at|Finding out what you&#039;re good at]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/bullying-in-school|Bullying in school]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/showing-people-that-school-is-stupid|Showing people that school is stupid]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/school-arguments|School Arguments]]



*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/web-learning|Web Learning]] - Resources for learning on the web.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/web-lectures|Web Lectures]] - List of complete courses online, most with video.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/
online-education|Online Education]] - Online school/college/university courses you can sign up for and finish to get a diploma or degree or some kind of certification that is acceptable to society.
to:
[[democratic-schools|Democratic Schools]] · [[free-schools|Free Schools]] · [[homeschooling|Homeschooling]] · [[montessori|Montessori]] · [[unschooling|Unschooling]] ·  [[waldorf|Waldorf]]



!!  Getting out of school

*[[start-college-early|Start college early]]
*[[california-high-school-proficiency-exam|California High School Proficiency Exam
]]
*[[dropping-out-of-school|Dropping out of School]]


!! Guides

*[[depression-and-suicide|Depression and Suicide
]]
*[[dealing-with-anger|Dealing with Anger]]
*[[finding-out-what-you-re-good-at|Finding out what you&#039;re good at]]
*[[bullying-in-school|Bullying in
school]]
*[[showing-people-that-school-is-stupid|Showing people that school is stupid]]
*[[school-arguments|School Arguments]]



*[[web-learning|Web Learning]] - Resources for learning on the web.
*
[[web-lectures|Web Lectures]] - List of complete courses online, most with video.
*[[online-education|Online Education]] - Online school/college/university courses you can sign up for and finish to get a diploma or degree or some kind of certification that is acceptable to society.
July 02, 2014, at 01:52 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Added lines 1-108:


This is an expanding collection of information for people who are unhappy with traditional schools for various %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/complaints-about-school|reasons]].  More articles, support, and resources can be found at [[http://www.school-survival.net|http://www.school-survival.net]].


</div>
%comment%  EDIT1 SECTION "Main_Page" [1-304]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit2" id="school-laws-and-alternatives-by-country"% School Laws and Alternatives by Country
(:div class="level2":)
Most countries mandate school attendance until approximately age 16.  Some countries offer an exception for students who [[Path:/w/homeschooling|homeschool]], with varying requirements.  Other options include: change schools, find an [[http://www.school-survival.net/alternatives/online-schooling/|online school]], or even %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/start-college-early|start college early]].  Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.



The Internet provides numerous opportunities to learn outside of school.  There are also books, periodicals, libraries, museums, jobs, internships, apprenticeships, volunteer opportunities, independent classes and workshops, and just learning by doing.


!! %block class="sectionedit8" id="creditcredentials-outside-of-school"% Credit/Credentials Outside of School
<div class="level2">

*[[http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/about.html|CLEP]] (College-Level Examination Program) and [[http://www.getcollegecredit.com/|DSST]] each offer over 30 exams.  Many colleges grant college credit for passing scores on some or most of these exams.

* %apply=item class="level1"% <div class="li"> The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GED|GED]] diploma is an alternative to graduating high school in the United States and Canada. (The US state of Maine offers an [[http://www.maine.gov/education/aded/dev/ged/international.htm|International GED]].)
(:divend:)
*[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional_qualification|Professional certification]] can be earned by exam in many fields, including [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional_certification_(Computer_technology)|computer technology]].



*A portfolio of work you&#039;ve done (web sites, articles, photography, 3d graphics, video, etc.) can be useful in demonstrating your skills.



*Testimonials or references from people you&#039;ve worked with can be helpful in proving what you&#039;re capable of.


!! %block class="sectionedit11" id="dealing-with-parents"% Dealing with Parents
(:div class="level2":)
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/convincing-parents|Convincing Parents]] - How to convince your parents to help you.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/parents-and-disappointment|Parents and Disappointment]] - What to do if you&#039;re afraid of disappointing your parents.
*[[Path:/w/statistics|Statistics]] - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/social-skills-outside-school|Social skills outside school]] - Dealing with the social skills arguments
*How to %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/develop-a-plan|develop a plan]] for quitting school and preparing for your next steps.


!! %block class="sectionedit13" id="earning-a-living"% Earning a Living
<div class="level2">

One of the primary arguments in favor of school is that it&#039;s required for a good job.  One option is '''getting a college degree without high school'''.  There are also many ways to earn good money at %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/jobs-without-college|jobs that don&#039;t require college]], by %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/freelancing|freelancing]], or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.



%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/jobs-that-don-t-suck|Jobs that don&#039;t suck]]


!! %block class="sectionedit16" id="research-on-learning-and-school"% Research on Learning and School
<div class="level2">

*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/research-on-learning|Research on Learning]]


(:divend:)
%comment%  EDIT16 SECTION "Research on Learning and School" [3943-4011]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit17" id="forms-of-education"% &quot;Forms&quot; of Education
(:div class="level2":)
Descriptions of what they mean and how they work.



%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/democratic-schools|Democratic Schools]] · %rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/free-schools|Free Schools]] · [[Path:/w/homeschooling|Homeschooling]] · [[Path:/w/montessori|Montessori]] · [[Path:/w/unschooling|Unschooling]] ·  [[Path:/w/waldorf|Waldorf]]

<div class="table sectionedit18">
(:table class="inline":)
(:cellnr class="row0" class="col0":) width=48% valign=top

(:tableend:)
(:divend:)
%comment%  EDIT18 TABLE [4212-4236]  %%
</div>
%comment%  EDIT17 SECTION "Forms of Education" [4012-4237]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit19" id="getting-out-of-school"% Getting out of school
(:div class="level2":)
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/start-college-early|Start college early]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/california-high-school-proficiency-exam|California High School Proficiency Exam]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/dropping-out-of-school|Dropping out of School]]


(:divend:)
%comment%  EDIT19 SECTION "Getting out of school" [4238-4368]  %%

!! %block class="sectionedit20" id="guides"% Guides
<div class="level2">

*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/depression-and-suicide|Depression and Suicide]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/dealing-with-anger|Dealing with Anger]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/finding-out-what-you-re-good-at|Finding out what you&#039;re good at]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/bullying-in-school|Bullying in school]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/showing-people-that-school-is-stupid|Showing people that school is stupid]]
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/school-arguments|School Arguments]]



*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/web-learning|Web Learning]] - Resources for learning on the web.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/web-lectures|Web Lectures]] - List of complete courses online, most with video.
*%rel="nofollow"%[[Path:/w/online-education|Online Education]] - Online school/college/university courses you can sign up for and finish to get a diploma or degree or some kind of certification that is acceptable to society.

June 30, 2014, at 08:29 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Deleted lines 2-3:
*[[OldSSWiki/Advice]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Alberta]]
June 30, 2014, at 08:23 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Deleted line 0:
Changed lines 3-61 from:
[[OldSSWiki/Advice]]
[[OldSSWiki/Alberta]]
[[OldSSWiki/Australia]]
[[OldSSWiki/Belgium]]
[[OldSSWiki/British Columbia]]
[[OldSSWiki/Bullying in school]]
[[OldSSWiki/California]]
[[OldSSWiki/California High School Proficiency Exam]]
[[OldSSWiki/Canada]]
[[OldSSWiki/China]]
[[OldSSWiki/Complaints about school]]
[[OldSSWiki/Convincing Parents]]
[[OldSSWiki/Czech Republic]]
[[OldSSWiki/Dealing with Anger]]
[[OldSSWiki/Democratic Schools]]
[[OldSSWiki/Depression and Suicide]]
[[OldSSWiki/Finding out what you're good at]]
[[OldSSWiki/Finland]]
[[OldSSWiki/France]]
[[OldSSWiki/Free Schools]]
[[OldSSWiki/Germany]]
[[OldSSWiki/Homeschooling]]
[[OldSSWiki/India]]
[[OldSSWiki/Italy]]
[[OldSSWiki/Japan]]
[[OldSSWiki/Jobs that don't suck]]
[[OldSSWiki/Jobs Without College]]
[[OldSSWiki/Main Page]]
[[OldSSWiki/Manitoba]]
[[OldSSWiki/Michigan]]
[[OldSSWiki/Minnesota]]
[[OldSSWiki/Montessori]]
[[OldSSWiki/Netherlands]]
[[OldSSWiki/New Brunswick]]
[[OldSSWiki/North Carolina]]
[[OldSSWiki/Online College Courses]]
[[OldSSWiki/Online Degree Programs]]
[[OldSSWiki/Online Education]]
[[OldSSWiki/Ontario]]
[[OldSSWiki/Parents and Disappointment]]
[[OldSSWiki/Pennsylvania]]
[[OldSSWiki/Philippines]]
[[OldSSWiki/Research on Learning]]
[[OldSSWiki/School Arguments]]
[[OldSSWiki/Showing people that school is stupid]]
[[OldSSWiki/Social skills outside school]]
[[OldSSWiki/South Africa]]
[[OldSSWiki/Start college early]]
[[OldSSWiki/Statistics]]
[[OldSSWiki/Sweden]]
[[OldSSWiki/United Kingdom]]
[[OldSSWiki/United States]]
[[OldSSWiki/United States of America]]
[[OldSSWiki/Unschooling]]
[[OldSSWiki/Waldorf]]
[[OldSSWiki/Web Learning]]
[[OldSSWiki/Web Lectures

[[OldSSWiki/Dropping Out Of School]]
to:
*[[OldSSWiki/Advice]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Alberta]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Australia]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Belgium]]
*[[OldSSWiki/British Columbia]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Bullying in school]]
*[[OldSSWiki/California]]
*[[OldSSWiki/California High School Proficiency Exam]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Canada]]
*[[OldSSWiki/China]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Complaints about school]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Convincing Parents]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Czech Republic]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Dealing with Anger]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Democratic Schools]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Depression and Suicide]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Finding out what you're good at]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Finland]]
*[[OldSSWiki/France]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Free Schools]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Germany]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Homeschooling]]
*[[OldSSWiki/India]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Italy]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Japan]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Jobs that don't suck]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Jobs Without College]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Main Page]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Manitoba]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Michigan]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Minnesota]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Montessori]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Netherlands]]
*[[OldSSWiki/New Brunswick]]
*[[OldSSWiki/North Carolina]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Online College Courses]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Online Degree Programs]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Online Education]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Ontario]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Parents and Disappointment]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Pennsylvania]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Philippines]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Research on Learning]]
*[[OldSSWiki/School Arguments]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Showing people that school is stupid]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Social skills outside school]]
*[[OldSSWiki/South Africa]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Start college early]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Statistics]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Sweden]]
*[[OldSSWiki/United Kingdom]]
*[[OldSSWiki/United States]]
*[[OldSSWiki/United States of America]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Unschooling]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Waldorf]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Web Learning]]
*[[OldSSWiki/Web Lectures]]
*
[[OldSSWiki/Dropping Out Of School]]
June 30, 2014, at 08:22 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Added lines 1-61:

List of ALL Old SS Wiki pages:

[[OldSSWiki/Advice]]
[[OldSSWiki/Alberta]]
[[OldSSWiki/Australia]]
[[OldSSWiki/Belgium]]
[[OldSSWiki/British Columbia]]
[[OldSSWiki/Bullying in school]]
[[OldSSWiki/California]]
[[OldSSWiki/California High School Proficiency Exam]]
[[OldSSWiki/Canada]]
[[OldSSWiki/China]]
[[OldSSWiki/Complaints about school]]
[[OldSSWiki/Convincing Parents]]
[[OldSSWiki/Czech Republic]]
[[OldSSWiki/Dealing with Anger]]
[[OldSSWiki/Democratic Schools]]
[[OldSSWiki/Depression and Suicide]]
[[OldSSWiki/Finding out what you're good at]]
[[OldSSWiki/Finland]]
[[OldSSWiki/France]]
[[OldSSWiki/Free Schools]]
[[OldSSWiki/Germany]]
[[OldSSWiki/Homeschooling]]
[[OldSSWiki/India]]
[[OldSSWiki/Italy]]
[[OldSSWiki/Japan]]
[[OldSSWiki/Jobs that don't suck]]
[[OldSSWiki/Jobs Without College]]
[[OldSSWiki/Main Page]]
[[OldSSWiki/Manitoba]]
[[OldSSWiki/Michigan]]
[[OldSSWiki/Minnesota]]
[[OldSSWiki/Montessori]]
[[OldSSWiki/Netherlands]]
[[OldSSWiki/New Brunswick]]
[[OldSSWiki/North Carolina]]
[[OldSSWiki/Online College Courses]]
[[OldSSWiki/Online Degree Programs]]
[[OldSSWiki/Online Education]]
[[OldSSWiki/Ontario]]
[[OldSSWiki/Parents and Disappointment]]
[[OldSSWiki/Pennsylvania]]
[[OldSSWiki/Philippines]]
[[OldSSWiki/Research on Learning]]
[[OldSSWiki/School Arguments]]
[[OldSSWiki/Showing people that school is stupid]]
[[OldSSWiki/Social skills outside school]]
[[OldSSWiki/South Africa]]
[[OldSSWiki/Start college early]]
[[OldSSWiki/Statistics]]
[[OldSSWiki/Sweden]]
[[OldSSWiki/United Kingdom]]
[[OldSSWiki/United States]]
[[OldSSWiki/United States of America]]
[[OldSSWiki/Unschooling]]
[[OldSSWiki/Waldorf]]
[[OldSSWiki/Web Learning]]
[[OldSSWiki/Web Lectures

Added line 64:
Default Pm Wiki links in case needed:
June 30, 2014, at 08:15 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Changed lines 3-24 from:



Default page:

(:Summary:The default home page for the PmWiki distribution:)
Welcome to School Survival!





A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index
]]

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki.  You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki is available from [[http://www.pmwiki.org]].
to:
[[Temp/Default PmWiki stuff]]



June 30, 2014, at 08:07 PM by 197.87.212.92 -
Added lines 1-7:
[[OldSSWiki/Dropping Out Of School]]




Default page:

June 30, 2014, at 07:27 PM by 24.168.78.228 -
Changed lines 2-6 from:
Welcome to PmWiki!
to:
Welcome to School Survival!



Edit - History - Print - Recent Changes - Search
Page last modified on March 19, 2017, at 10:19 PM