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Why We Still Need Public Schools

Church/ State Relations and Visions of Democracy



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Why We Still Need Public Schools: Church/ State Relations and Visions of Democracy by Art Must
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Two cornerstones of American democracy - separation of church and state, and public schools - are under increasing attack. As this collection of essays, written by some of America's leading educators, political figures, and advocates of religious liberty shows, universal public education and the separation of church and state are related. The eminent contributors to this book argue that we need to defend both institutions against increasing onslaughts by the Religious Right and other self-proclaimed arbiters of societal behaviour, who seek to dictate public policy and who are labelling the public schools themselves as "immoral" institutions. At issue here is not whether public schools need to be improved. It is assumed that improvement is necessary.
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April 1st, 1992
Country of Publication
United States
Prometheus Books
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