Social Problems of School Reform
by Barbara Arntsine & Donald J. Arnstine - 1968
In their recent article, "Taking Advantage of the Disadvantage," Mario D. Fantini and Gerald Weinstein have pointed out the failure of educators to learn from their own attempts to deal with the disadvantaged. But the authors' proposals for change in the schools will not be effective in achieving what they are aiming at: relevance to students and involvement with the community. For instead of answering the fundamental questions they have raised, they fall prey to their own criticisms in a piecemeal approach that is often contradictory in its attempts to deal with isolated instances.
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