Author

John Holt

American educator and author

1923   -   1985

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English
occupation: pedagogue, writer, teacher

John Caldwell Holt (April 14, 1923 – September 14, 1985) was an American author and educator, a proponent of homeschooling and, specifically, the unschooling approach, and a pioneer in youth rights theory. After a six-year stint teaching elementary school in the 1950s, Holt wrote the book How Children Fail (1964), which cataloged the problems he saw with the American school system. He followed it up with How Children Learn (1967). Both books were popular, and started Holt's career as a consultant to American schools. By the 1970s he decided he would try reforming the school system and began to advocate homeschooling, and later the form of homeschooling known as unschooling. He wrote a total of 11 books on the subject of schooling, as well as starting the newsletter Growing Without Schooling.
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works

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How Children Learn

book by John Caldwell Holt

author: John Holt

1967

How Children Fail

book by John Caldwell Holt

author: John Holt

1964

What Do I Do Monday?

literary work by John Holt

author: John Holt

Apprendre sans l'école

author: John Holt

How Children Learn

author: John Holt

Escape from Childhood

book by John Caldwell Holt

author: John Holt

1975

Teach Your Own

author: John Holt, Pat Farenga

Instead of Education

author: John Holt

Learning All The Time

author: John Holt

Never Too Late

author: John Holt

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