No School

1. No School wants to re-think education in the twenty-first century

2. No School bridges the existing gap between culture and nature

3. No School makes a shift from what is good for the individual to what is good for the community and the whole of the planet

4. No School defines creative learning as an individual process, similar to the artistic process, of connecting to the deeper common creative source in nature

5. No School makes a shift to creativity, defining creativity as the secret formative power in all of nature, to which humans can connect

6. No School defines students as 'learners', teachers as 'leading learners', both scholars, contributing on their own level to this creative inquiry

7. No School values the use of the senses, the intellect, and imagination in the same way for everyone and opposes systems of punishment, institutions as control, and constriction

8. No School is a radical movement that wants to re-affirm the need for free education by changing the economic system on which it is founded

9. No School objects to an economic system built only on transactions between bureaucratic governments and conservative institutions

10 No School propagates an economic system in which a network of teachers and students are directly funded to create hybrid forms of education

11. No School is biographical turn for an education that focuses on individuals rather than on a de-humanized economic-based system