Most of us agree that moral issues matter, but how do they fit into the context of our schools? Since A Nation at Risk, most educators and policymakers have focused on the academic dimentions of schooling governed by standards and testing. This timely book explores the ways that committed K-12 educators have attempted to make the moral visible in American schooling over the past 25 years. The authors look at their efforts, using an analytic framwork that distinguishes five possible ways that the moral and the accademich can be related in schooling.
Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Five Ways to Develop the Moral Life of Schools
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