Main Entry:  unschooling
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a home-school education with the child taking the primary responsibility instead of a parent or teacher; also called child-directed learning, self-learning
Example:  Under unschooling education, parents may act as "facilitators" and may provide a wide-range of resources to their children.
Usage:  also unschooler (n.)
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