Questions that Need Asking
by Margaret Mead - 1961
What would happen if we asked, absolutely freshly, why in the 1960's we should have schools at all, and for what, for whom, at what time, for how long, instead of involving ourselves over and over in pendulum swings between one hoary and unsatisfactory solution and its opposite?
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