The end of school 

A new resource center gives teens a chance to drop out and be their own teachers

In January, Kristie Wheeler did something that's unthinkable to most parents. Tired of battling with her children, 16-year-old Kathryn "Katy" Mushak and 13-year-old Kody Mushak, over school problems, she gave in to their deepest desires and allowed both to drop out. "It…

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