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Education and the Making of a Democratic People

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Zusatztext "Goodlad and Soder once again have given us a timely book. 'Democracy' as we have known it is currently under siege! having been replaced by 'special Interest groups' and manipulated on their behalf. The citizen's voice has thereby been marginalized. This book reminds us that we must reinvigorate that voice." -Theodore Sizer Zusammenfassung Unfortunately! civic values such as equity and justice that constitute moral grounding of American democracy are losing their place in public affairs. The promise of this democracy is inclusive: no one is to be left out. Yet! many people are. This title regards the challenge of inclusiveness as a fundamental and non-negotiable educational agenda. Klappentext Unfortunately! civic values such as equity and justice that constitute the moral grounding of American democracy are losing their place in public affairs. The promise of this democracy is inclusive: no one is to be left out. Yet many people are."Education and the Making of a Democratic People" regards the challenge of inclusiveness as a fundamental and non-negotiable educational agenda. America 's public schools are one of the main public forums in which people can learn to preserve and actively protect our democratic process. The value of our schools as a democratic forum extends beyond the classroom to parents and other members of local communities. By engaging in conversations and actions that support the democratic purpose of schools! local communities can ensure that the United States will become a healthy! robust democracy that represents all of its citizens. Inhaltsverzeichnis AcknowledgmentsForeword! Kenneth Alhadeff and John I. Goodlad;1. A Non-Negotiable Agenda! John I. Goodlad2. What is Renewal? Why Now?! Alan T. Wood3. Education Writ Large! Jane Roland Martin4. Elevating Education's Public Purpose! Paul G. Theobald5. The Human Conversation! Bonnie McDaniel6. Making Moral Systems of Education by Reinvigorating the Public Purposes of Schools! Gary Daynes7. Toward Democratic Schools! Jim Strickland and Dianne Suiter8. A Tale of Two Districts: Being Intentional in Creating Democratic Communities! James R. Lowham and William Mester as Told to Barbara A. Lippke and Eugene B. Edgar9. School Boards and the Power of the Public! Michael A. Resnick and Anne L. Bryant10. Journalism! Schooling! and the Public Good! Richard W. Clark and Clifford G. Rowe11. From Here to There: What Really Matters! Roger SoderAfterword! John I. GoodladIndexAbout the Editors and Contributors. ...

Autorentext

John I. Goodlad is President of the Institute for Educational Inquiry and Cofounder of the Center for Educational Renewal at the University of Washington. Roger Soder is Research Professor of Education in the College of Education at the University of Washington in Seattle. Bonnie McDaniel is Research Associate at the Institute for Educational Inquiry.



Klappentext

Unfortunately, civic values such as equity and justice that constitute the moral grounding of American democracy are losing their place in public affairs. The promise of this democracy is inclusive: no one is to be left out. Yet many people are."Education and the Making of a Democratic People" regards the challenge of inclusiveness as a fundamental and non-negotiable educational agenda. America 's public schools are one of the main public forums in which people can learn to preserve and actively protect our democratic process. The value of our schools as a democratic forum extends beyond the classroom to parents and other members of local communities. By engaging in conversations and actions that support the democratic purpose of schools, local communities can ensure that the United States will become a healthy, robust democracy that represents all of its citizens.



Zusammenfassung
Unfortunately, civic values such as equity and justice that constitute moral grounding of American democracy are losing their place in public affairs. The promise of this democracy is inclusive: no one is to be left out. Yet, many people are. This title regards the challenge of inclusiveness as a fundamental and non-negotiable educational agenda.

Inhalt
AcknowledgmentsForeword, Kenneth Alhadeff and John I. Goodlad;1. A Non-Negotiable Agenda, John I. Goodlad2. What is Renewal? Why Now?, Alan T. Wood3. Education Writ Large, Jane Roland Martin4. Elevating Education's Public Purpose, Paul G. Theobald5. The Human Conversation, Bonnie McDaniel6. Making Moral Systems of Education by Reinvigorating the Public Purposes of Schools, Gary Daynes7. Toward Democratic Schools, Jim Strickland and Dianne Suiter8. A Tale of Two Districts: Being Intentional in Creating Democratic Communities, James R. Lowham and William Mester as Told to Barbara A. Lippke and Eugene B. Edgar9. School Boards and the Power of the Public, Michael A. Resnick and Anne L. Bryant10. Journalism, Schooling, and the Public Good, Richard W. Clark and Clifford G. Rowe11. From Here to There: What Really Matters, Roger SoderAfterword, John I. GoodladIndexAbout the Editors and Contributors.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Education and the Making of a Democratic People
Autor:
EAN: 9781594515286
ISBN: 978-1-59451-528-6
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Pädagogik
Anzahl Seiten: 248
Gewicht: 454g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm
Jahr: 2008