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1. Is Morality a Matter of Taste? Why professional ethicists think that morality is not purely "subjective."
2A. Ethics in Education: Practicing Educators Reflect on Professional Concerns Webring library of articles by frontline practitioners focussing on moral problems in schooling practice.
3. Pain vs. Anguish The distinction between physical pain and mental anguish raises philosophical and moral questions about the common condemnation of corporal punishment.
4. Educational Theory of Jean Jacques Rousseau Rousseau's theory of education analyzed into eight factors.
5. John Locke on Education John Locke on education.
6. Pluralism and Rationality: the limits of tolerance Can values be freely chosen? Is multiculturalism feasible? How do values and action relate?
7. The Aristotelian Precedents of Islamic Moral Education: A Reformist Perspective
8. Hutchins' Theory of Education Robert M. Hutchins' Theory of Education
9. David C. McClellan on Education Educational Theory by David C. McClelland
10. School Violence, Punishment, and Justice Misuse of the term,'violence,' confounds accurate description of school problems and generates bad policy.
11. Mechanisms for Policy Reversal Variation in policy formulation is explained as a rhetorical process oscillating between cost and benefit evaluations. Lifelong learning is taken as an example.
Educational Philosophy of Andrew Dickson White The
educational theory of Andrew Dickson White, president of Cornell
13. Increasing Teaching Efficiency Argues that efficiency is among the last of pertinent considerations when evaluating curriculum or pedagogy. Morality, in some sense, is the issue.
14. Education and Neo-Multiculturalism Cultural relativism pushed beyond the limits of ...
15. The Foundations of Curriculum Curriculum analyzed from a variety of perspectives: goal, function, structure. Also, contextual influences are examined.
16. Teacher Expertise The political context of public schooling does not desire professional expertise from teachers
17. Doing Violence to 'Violence' Careless use of the term, 'violence', helps to confuse important educational issues.
18. Book Review -- Children and Discipline by Wilson and Cowell Critique of theory supporting Wilson's and Cowell's arguments re: discipline in schools
19. The Ethics of Educational Triage. Is Special Education Moral? The rationality of triage is undercut by special education concerns despite apparently lacking supporting moral principle.
Foods and Schooling Options
Power in Schooling Practice
23A. Doing Ethics:
concerns and procedures.
24A. Moral Education: Indoctrination vs. Cognitive Development? Cognitive development need not support moral education. Indoctrination though not avoidable, provides no mitigation from responsibility.
24B. Justice Through Testing. Rationale or Dogma?
Education or Values Confusion? The basic fallacies of values
education are the assumptions that: a. the relationship between
values taught and values acquired is relatively simple; and that
b. the schools have sufficient resources to inculcate the desired