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ERIC Number: ED011327
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 48
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Reference Count: 0
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EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY.
NEWMANN, FRED M.; OLIVER, DONALD W.
THIS PAPER PRESENTS A DISSENTING VIEW OF PREVAILING CONCEPTS OF EDUCATION AND APPROACHES TO EDUCATIONAL REFORM. THE AUTHORS STATE THAT REFORMS CURRENTLY DIRECTED AT AMERICAN SCHOOLS ARE GROUNDED IN CONCEPTUAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS THAT FAIL TO CONFRONT THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF THE AGE. THEY OUTLINE THE NATURE OF THESE PROBLEMS, SUGGEST WAYS IN WHICH EDUCATION IN AMERICA BOTH REFLECTS AND EXACERBATES THE PROBLEMS, AND FINALLY SKETCH AN EDUCATIONAL MODEL THEY FEEL IS MORE APPROPRIATE TO THE CHALLENGES OF MODERN AMERICA. THIS ARTICLE IS A REPRINT FROM THE "HARVARD EDUCATIONAL REVIEW," VOLUME 37, NUMBER 1, 1967. (JH)
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Identifiers: CAMBRIDGE