Some General Information
The School for Social and Cultural Change, or SSCC - exists to help its participants deal with issues, answer questions, or arrive at capacities they seek.
Each course runs eight consecutive weeks. Weekly lectures are at least text with an interactive discussion board, and often also video and outside links. Weekly Zoom sessions enable direct discussions, questions and answers, developing trust and insight, as well as mutual aid for instructor and participants alike.
Many weeks include additional materials beyond the main lecture that either explore byways, provide more depth, or provide related content. Each student decides her or his own level of involvement. Instructors can include quizzes or other means of evaluation for participant self assessment, but there are no grades.
Courses are priced $100 full fee. However, there is also a low income price of $60, and a comfortably to high income price of $160. Funds go overwhelmingly to the faculty, all of whom are highly political actors. Some need the income for their own life conditions. Others seek it for projects they aid. Some funds also go to the hosts of SSCC to cover their costs for maintaining and promoting the whole endeavor, again for their own conditions or for projects they aid. And some goes to Teachable, the host venue of the whole school.
The success of SSCC depends on those who sign up and take courses, and not just on that supportive act, but also on whether participants let others know of their experience, so that attendance steadily rises.
We thank you all and hope your experience is fulfilling and the aftermath productive!