Puget Sound Community School (PSCS) alum parent and Crosscut staff reporter, Knute Berger, recently wrote  On ‘zealous’ parents and corrupt college admissions, his comments on the college entrance scandal. The piece mentions PSCS, where he sent his two children to middle and high school, and his preference for nurturing  kids interests and dreams, instead of driving students toward status symbol colleges.

“…I’m a believer that education is best when students are driven by their own passions, not force-fed their “dreams” by their parents or institutions. A good education is not the status symbol of being accepted into a blue-chip college or university. A parent’s job, as I saw it, was to nurture the passions that will energize their lives and values…

(click here for the full article in Crosscut)

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