Sep 14, 2013-- Richard Louv says school shouldn't be a polite form of incarceration, but a portal to the wider world. When he challenges a group of real estate reps, "how are we going to build communities in the future that actually connect kids with nature?" he discovers unexpected advocates. He seeks solutions people might otherwise never have imagined. Read on to learn more. (6334 reads)
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