Yes. A child who is allowed to create his or her own structure will learn as much as other students and have the freedom to explore his or her true interests and passions.
14% (50 votes)
No. Schools need structure. The typical student in a setting like that will choose to do nothing -- or will at least miss out on core academics crucial to his or her preparation for other schooling or for the workforce.
23% (84 votes)
Somewhat. Students could benefit from more unstructured and self-directed time during the school day, but curriculum shouldn't be defined entirely by students.
59% (218 votes)
None of the above. (Click on Vote, then click on Comment on the results page to offer another response.)
4% (16 votes)
Total votes: 368