Interest, Action, Recognition at School.
"The Students' School of Barbiana" has to be in the company of the most exciting educational books of recent years.
Both of these books are fascinating and also challenging. Such a radical yet simple critique like the "Students' School," written by rejected farm boys, is striking; yet the author's analysis that our school is "a hospital that nurtures the healthy and rejects the sick" also proves their experiences on each side and hardly less insistently.
In this book, she describes the practical implementation of her idea of "acting instruction.
Achenbach, Lollar 1973