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Interviewed for Radio Free School blog and re: unschoolers living and succeeding without college

I was recently interviewed on the Radio Free School blog as part of their series of interviews of grown unschoolers who also chose not to go to college. You can check-out the interview here. They’ve already interviewed Idzie who writes the blog “I’m Unschooled. Yes, I can write.” and Cameron Lovejoy who ran the Autodidact Symposium this year. (Now you can also […]

Unschooling College: Many Ways

I left high school at the age of 15 to homeschool, at 18 I started to travel the world, write, and run my own businesses. I’ve never been to college full time. And now I value “unschooling college” and “worldschooling” just as much as unschooling high school. Unschooling college can mean many different things and there are many […]

My Unschooling and Trust Journey

In my last post I talked about how trust is key in unschooling. To learn to be free we need to trust ourselves even if things start out rough, and they certainly did when I started unschooling! “Decompression” is what unschoolers call it when you start unschooling and “do nothing” for awhile. My first several […]

Unschooler Peter Kowalke Interview about College

Eli Gerzon interviews Peter Kowalke creator of the Grown Without Schooling (2001) documentary about ten grown homeschoolers/grown unschoolers. He discusses his traumatic time at college and the challenges of being an unschooler in a schooled society.

Links to Successful Unschoolers

Links to websites and blogs by homeschoolers and unschoolers who are successfully running their own businesses thanks in part to their homeschooling and unschooling background.