Propaganda and the Curriculum
by Thomas H. Briggs - 1933
In making curricula and in administering them one must inevitably face the question of indoctrination. It has been popular for a long time unthinkingly to deny that education should indoctrinate pupils or that it should indulge in propaganda, but despite the fact that these words generally have a bad connotation, that is what every teacher to some extent does every day.
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