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    Highlander Folk School

    Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It

    Frank Adams
    If our judgments about educational change were based only on conventional histories, our vision of alternative futures would be constrained. We would probably come to the conclusion that a small number of school professionals and prominent social reformers have alone been responsible for initiating and maintaining worthwhile reforms.

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    Winter 1972 Issue

    Abstracts

    Development as the Aim of Education
    Lawrence Kohlberg, Rochelle Mayer
    Highlander Folk School
    Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It
    Frank Adams
    Community Colleges and Social Stratification
    Jerome Karabel
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