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High Country News April 24, 1989

HCN's Guide to Outdoor Education in the West


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Outward Bounds' roots are in compassion and strength

Mark Udall says the Colorado school will continue to do what it always has: "teaching through and for the wilderness."

Cold fences and warm milk

At the Colorado Rocky Mountain School, "Our students become very sensitized to the whole issue of how you live your life in conjunction with a certain type of environment."


Outdoor educators must stop playing it safe

My theories of education begin with the principle that learning derives from life, all of life, as an unending process from birth to death.

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