Free School of Evanston
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The Free School was influenced by Summerhill School. At meetings, parents, students, teachers were all equal, each having one vote. Tuition was based on a sliding scale percentage of parents income. The school did not pursue educational accreditation.
The School rented space at:
|1971-72||basement||Unitarian Church of Evanston||1330 Ridge Av. Evanston, IL||-87.68912||name=
|1972-76||many rooms||Wheadon United Methodist Church||2214 Ridge Av. Evanston, IL||-87.68648||name=
There were more than 100 students, aged 5–16, divided into lower, middle, and upper age groups, Most were from the Chicago suburbs, but there were also several students from Chicago's inner city neighborhoods.
- Church later renamed. See "Living in Evanston".
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