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  • Statistics? - Statistics of public schooling vs alternatives.
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This is an expanding collection of information for people who are unhappy with traditional schools for various reasons?. More articles, support, and resources can be found at http://www.school-survival.net.

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

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Most countries mandate school attendance until approximately age 16. Some countries offer an exception for students who homeschool?, with varying requirements. Other options include: change schools, find an online school, or even start college early?. Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.

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

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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 that don't require college?, by freelancing, or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.

Jobs that don't suck?

Research on Learning and School

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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 that don't require college, by Freelancing, or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.

Jobs that don't suck

Research on Learning and School

"Forms" of Education

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

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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 homeschool, with varying requirements. Other options include: change schools, find an online school, or even start college early. Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.

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This is an expanding collection of information for people who are unhappy with traditional schools for various reasons?. More articles, support, and resources can be found at 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 homeschool?, with varying requirements. Other options include: change schools, find an online school, or even start college early?. Students without these choices might be able to change classes or work out some other kind of exemption.

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  • <div class="li"> The GED diploma is an alternative to graduating high school in the United States and Canada. (The US state of Maine offers an International GED.)

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  • The GED diploma is an alternative to graduating high school in the United States and Canada. (The US state of Maine offers an International GED.)
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Earning a Living

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 that don't require college?, by freelancing, or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.

Jobs that don't suck?

Research on Learning and School

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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 that don't require college, by freelancing, or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.

Jobs that don't suck

Research on Learning and School

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Democratic Schools · Free Schools · Homeschooling · Montessori · Unschooling · Waldorf

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Getting out of school

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Democratic Schools? · Free Schools? · Homeschooling? · Montessori? · Unschooling? · Waldorf?

Getting out of school

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

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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 homeschool, with varying requirements. Other options include: change schools, find an online school, or even 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.

Credit/Credentials Outside of School

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  • CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) and DSST each offer over 30 exams. Many colleges grant college credit for passing scores on some or most of these exams.
  • <div class="li"> The GED diploma is an alternative to graduating high school in the United States and Canada. (The US state of Maine offers an International GED.)

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  • Professional certification can be earned by exam in many fields, including computer technology.
  • A portfolio of work you've done (web sites, articles, photography, 3d graphics, video, etc.) can be useful in demonstrating your skills.
  • Testimonials or references from people you've worked with can be helpful in proving what you're capable of.

Dealing with Parents

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Earning a Living

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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 that don't require college, by freelancing, or by getting promoted from an entry-level job.

Jobs that don't suck

Research on Learning and School

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"Forms" of Education

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Democratic Schools · Free Schools · Homeschooling · Montessori · Unschooling · Waldorf

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Getting out of school

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Guides

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(: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 documentation index.

To continue setting up PmWiki, see initial setup tasks.

The 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.

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