Taking Children Seriously

(This is an archive of the tcs.ac website from 2003. Note: when converting the website to run at a different url, the archive software incorrectly changed some text, like some emails, from saying tcs.ac to saying curi.us)

Frequently Asked Questions


TCS is an educational philosophy. Its most distinctive feature is the idea that it is possible and desirable to bring up children entirely without doing things to them against their will, or making them do things against their will, and that they are entitled to the same rights, respect and control over their lives as adults.


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