I was interviewed briefly, live, March 24, on the show “Mornings,” out of Sydney. I was at the Channel 9 station in Melbourne, as was the other speaker. The claim about a young man not reading wasn’t true. He had said he had a hard time learning it and still wasn’t great at it, not that he couldn’t read. As to “we only hear the successes,” the question is always “can this work?” Unschooling works better than school, as regards any thought of a “failure rate.” Without a “skewed bell curve” guaranteeing that some children get the low marks, being a “top student” has no comparative value. Competition and failure are part of school, not of unschooling.