The moral effects of education

Gow, Haven Bradford
March 1994
Chinatown News;3/18/94, Vol. 41 Issue 13, p42
Reflects on the decline in public education. What a Gallup poll conducted for `Parenting' magazine revealed about parent's fears; Assertion that the philosophy, purpose and methods of public education today are in sharp contrast to the philosophy, purpose and methods of education when schooling first started in the United States; How Dr. Robert Coles, Harvard University scholar-educator and author of `The Spiritual Life of Children' sees the lack of moral education; More.


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