Wildwood Community School, Inc. admits parents, teachers, and students of any protected class to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to parents/teachers and students at the school or through its extended programs. It does not discriminate on the basis of protected class in administration of its educational policies, athletic and other school-administered programs.

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Resources:

The following references and resources are relevant to our philosophy, policies, and procedures implemented at Wildwood Community School. 

  • Mason, C. M. (1989). The home education series (Vols, 1-6). Charlotte Mason Research & Supply. (Original work published 1925)

  • Anderson, E. (2006). Eve Anderson's teaching training series: Authentic methodology from a certified Charlotte Mason teacher and PNEU headmistress (3-DVD series). Child Light. (available from Perimeter Schools by calling)

  • Barburina, R. (2012). Mathematics: An instrument for living teaching. Grayson, GA: Simply Charlotte Mason.

  • Bestvater, L. (2013). The living page: Keeping notebooks with Charlotte Mason. San Bernardino, CA: Underpinnings Press.

  • Cooper, E. (Ed.). (2004). When children love to learn: A practical application of Charlotte Mason's philosophy for today. Wheaton, IL: Crossway.

  • Glass, K. (2014). Consider this: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition. Lexington, KY: Author.

  • Glass, K. (2018). Know and Tell: The art of narration. Lexington, KY: Author.

  • King, J. (2000). Charlotte Mason reviewed. Atlanta, GA: Child Light. (original work published 1981)

  • Macaulay, S. S. (1984). For the children's sake: Foundations of education for home and school. Wheaton, IL: Crossway.

  • Alton, J., & Miller, E. (2011). The crisis in early education: A research-based case for more play and less pressure. Alliance for Childhood. Accessible online http://www.allianceforchildhood.org/sites/allianceforchildhood.org/files/file/crisis_in_early_ed.pdf

  • Alton, J. (2013). It's playtime: The value of play in early education, and how to get teachers on board. Principal, Sept/Oct 2013, pp. 12-15. Accessible online http://www.naesp.org/principal-septemeberoctober-2013-early-learning/it-s-playtime

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