Thoughts Out of School

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P. Lang, 2000 - Education - 219 pages
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The essays in Thoughts out of School are observations of what happens to children and teachers-in-training as they go through the peculiarly modern institution of schooling.

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Thoughts Out of School
It Matters
What Should Be Taught in Teacher Education

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The Author: William Ray Arney is a member of the Faculty of Sociology at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. His previous books include Educating for Freedom: The Paradox of Pedagogy (with Donald L. Finke); Power and the Profession of Obstetrics; Medicine and the Management of Living: Taming the Last Great Beast (with Bernard J. Bergen); and Experts in the Age of Systems.