permission in the process, all on a voluntary basis. Perhaps that is why traditional teachers tend to hate it so.
Its detractors accuse Wikipedia of false information, even though it has been found to be more accurate than paper encyclopedias. It even has a process whereby mistakes can be flagged and corrected, all with more immediacy than the corrections of new volumes. It even makes
sure to list sources and note when citations are lacking or when an article is in dispute. So much for accusations that it lacks rigor. Teachers will often tell students they aren’t allowed to use Wikipedia
as a source, despite its reliability. Not so here. Of course Wikipedia is welcome in a Sudbury school.