School promises a child that if he's good, someday he can take his place in the world. They're still making him that promise when he's a young adult: "Someday…"
Unschooled children are in the world from an early age. When they reach adulthood they have a carriage and calm that I believe came from having being respected as people for many years. It's hard to describe, but impossible to ignore.
photo by Sandra Dodd