Associate Professor of the Practice in Education Studies
“We need public talk that links education to a more decent, thoughtful, open society. Talk that raises in us as a people the appreciation for deliberation and reflection, or for taking intellectual risks and thinking widely — for the sheer power and pleasure of using our minds, alone or in concert with others. We need a discourse that inspires young people to think gracefully and moves young adults to become teachers and foster such development.”
Rose, M. (2009). Why school?: Reclaiming education for all of us. New York: New Press.
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