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Progressive Essentialism in Education

by William Stanley, B. Othanel Smith & Kenneth D. Benne - 1943

The authors believe that the ultimate source of moral authority in education is the community. They believe, further, that despite certain anti-democratic tendencies and widespread confusion with respect to the essential meaning of democracy, the deepest moral commitments of the American community are to be found in the democratic tradition. The ideals and requirements of that tradition should therefore shape the ends and purposes of education.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 9 Number 77, 1943, p. 209-213
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14427, Date Accessed: 8/13/2020 8:19:43 AM

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