Today we talk with Brenna McBroom, a 20-year-old grown unschooler in Asheville, North Carolina who left college for a career in pottery. Brenna talks about the anxiety of choosing NOT to attend college, the the merits of self-directing learning in the college years, and her ceramics work.
#6: Skipping College
Brenna McBroom talks about the challenges of not attending college and discusses her ceramics work.
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