Toward Wide-Awakeness: An Argument for the Arts and Humanities in Education
by Maxine Greene - 1977
Inclusion of arts and humanities as a central part of any curriculum is defended by their ability to create critical awareness, to develop a sense of moral agency, and to foster conscious engagement with the world (Source: ERIC).
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