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A documentary that explores Unschooling : homeschooling without the artificial structure of formal education. Advice and answers from kids & parents.
A documentary that explores Unschooling : homeschooling without the artificial structure of formal education. Advice and answers from kids & parents.
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The $50 Package

I honestly had no idea we'd have the amazing response we've had. Thanks to everyone....

We're totally sold out of the $50 package - which includes the DVDs of raw interviews - but if anyone wants to 'upgrade' from the $25 package to the $50, just send $25 to PayPal and mention "Unschool Upgrade'....
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Brenna McBroom / Holly Dodd - "Regrets?"

In a short segements from the film, two unschooled teens discuss whether they have any regrets about being unschooled.

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Brenna McBroom : Homeschool To Unschool

I have to tell you - this project has been so much fun in terms of meeting and hanging out with people. Broc, Gail, Brenna...the whole family, all hanging out at Sandra Dodd's house with my family. Nice way to spend an afternoon...and really a very unschool-y way to make a film.

Here's another great little segment from Brenna. More interviews coming and again - all the interviews in raw for for $50 contributors, while we still have some left..

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Excerpt: Brenna McBroom on "Worth"

Nineteen year old unschooler Brenna McBroom gives a quick tip for parents on dealing with activities. Just one of the interviews from the upcoming video Unschooling : The Movie, the entire raw interview will be sent to contributers of $50 or more in a few weeks.

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Excerpt: Broc Higgins

Here's a great little interview snippet from my interview with unschooling father Broc Higgins talking about how his unschooling teens see life differently than his kids who go to public school.

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