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This mailing list is for those who have a serious interest in alternative education, whether that interest is expressed through home-educating or alternative forms of schools. The list's intentions are to facilitate enquiry into fundamental educational questions, to learn together and to support those who are home educating. It is nonsectarian and nonpolitical.

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