- "Welcome to jail" - In October and November 2000 we held protests
against compulsory schooling. On several school mornings we stood in
front of a school's main entrance with a banner that read "Willkommen im
Knast" (Welcome to jail). We handed out leaflets that pointed out the
similarity of school to prison.
- Refusal of chemistry lessons
As a protest against compulsory school and compulsory learning one of our members, Benjamin Kiesewetter, refused to go to chemistry lessons for seven months in 1996 (10th/11th grade).
Texts written by us
- What we see as wrong at school
The legendary school-poster is one of the first K.R.Ä.T.Z.Ä. publications. Up to now more than 9000 exemplars have been set off.
- "Do away with marks" (2002)
- Fundamental text "Overcome compulsory schooling" (1998/2002)
- Chapter entitled "School" in "The Discrimination against the Child - a
Human Rights Report" (1998)
- "Learning in Freedom - Ideas for a liberal, democratic educational
Before we have just criticised the current school system for many years, now there is an alternative plan on how to arrange education. (1999/2002)
- "Don't you have any better idea? - Objections to popular and
superficial criticism of school and of pseudo-solutions" (2001)
- Evaluation brochure of our trip to Denmark (1998)
In 1998 we went to Denmark - the country with the (supposedly) most liberal educational system - to find out about government schools and independent schools.
- Evaluation brochure of our trip to England (2001)
In 2000, 13 of us visited two democratic schools: Summerhill and Sands School
- Sudbury Schools - 26 texts (1999-2003)
- Summerhill (1999)