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The Educational Requirement for Democracy

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The Educational Requirement for Democracy

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Abstract

The ideals underlying education are essentially similar to those underlying democracy, suggesting that schools should embody principles of democracy for students as part of a sound education. Changes in social conditions make this requirement even more important today. School practices, however, are far from democratic in most cases, even though the arguments against democratic practices are not strong. The article concludes with suggestions for democratic practices in working with students.


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