Reschooling Society

Featherstone, Joseph
January 1977
New Republic;1/22/77, Vol. 176 Issue 4, p40
Discusses the need for U.S. President Jimmy Carter to prioritize the education sector in the country. Reaffirmation of the commitment of the federal government to school desegregation; Criticism of educational bureaucracies; Emphasis on deschooling; Demographic changes faced by schools and universities; Challenge in finding a way of helping education for teachers and students in classrooms.


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