Vision of a School: The Good School in the Good Society
Arguing that a good school is one with recognizable moral and intellectual traits, the author outlines his view of how schools should be organized, as a whole and in every field of education, to encourage these traits.
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1 What is a good school?
2 Respect for persons
3 A curricular crisis of identities
being and becoming
5 Educations ideals of a person
6 The personal school
7 The whole truth
8 The true curriculum
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