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Beyond progressive education

  • Ken Jones
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Part of the Crisis Points series book series

Abstract

Today the state educational system finds itself under-resourced and vulnerable to reactionary change. The possibility of even a modest development of equal opportunity is slight. The channels of influence painstakingly constructed by progressives are silting up.

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