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Education and democracy

the meaning of Alexander Meiklejohn, 1872-1964

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 391-402) and index.

        StatementUniversity of Wisconsin Press
        PublishersUniversity of Wisconsin Press
        LC Classifications2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 109 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10029917140X

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The environment is thought of as something fixed, providing in its fixity the end and standard of changes taking place in the organism; adjustment is just fitting ourselves to this fixity of external conditions.

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So social movements are an important part of the democracy toolkit, but they're just a part. The necessity of a justification of human rights is also provoked by the relation between human rights and corresponding duties: every human being is not only a right-holder but also needs to respect the human Education and democracy of others. Clearly, such action would be without point or meaning. Administrators should co-operate, and criticize the works of the teachers in a constructive way which would raise the morale of the teacher.

Economic stress has you stocking more snacks for your students and taking more money out of your own pocket for school supplies. Because we are part of two institutions that are essential to the American dream—public education and the labor movement. Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all.


In other words, curriculum should be tempered with social outlook and temper. Democratic norms and practices should be taught in order for people to understand and appreciate their opportunities and responsibilities as free citizens. In all the higher forms this process cannot be kept up indefinitely. This is not the first time our democracy has been at risk, but today its survival falls on us.