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deschool

[ dee-skool ]
/ diˈskul /
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verb (used with object)
to abolish or phase out traditional schools from, so as to replace them with alternative methods and forms of education.
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Origin of deschool

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British Dictionary definitions for deschool

deschool
/ (ˌdiːˈskuːl) /

verb
(tr) to separate education from the institution of school and operate through the pupil's life experience as opposed to a set curriculum
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