Finally getting around to reading 'The Hundred Languages of Children' (on the Reggio Emilia approach). In the foreward, Howard Gardner writes;
…just as we now have "museums without walls," which allow us to observe art from all over the world, so, to, we can now have "schoolhouses without walls" which allow us to observe educational practices as they have developed around the globe. (p.xii)
Very neatly put, Howard. Which raises the question, how would one go about creating a 'school without walls' (in this context, notwithstanding other interpretations of the phrase)?