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Go Stupid

A Letter to Aspiring Imbeciles
  • David Gabard
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Part of the Leaders in Educational Studies book series (LES)

Abstract

I have two contradictory reasons for being so happy to have the opportunity to write this summation of the evolution of my thoughts on education and compulsory schooling (two very distinct things) to this point in my life. The first is tied to a conversation that I had with my friend, Professor Madhu Suri Prakash one afternoon in the fall of 1984 during my post-doctoral studies at Penn State University.

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Teacher Education Doctoral Student Doctoral Program Symbolic Order Observable Universe 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • David Gabard
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  1. 1.Boise State UniversityUS

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