Educational Equality and the New Selective Schooling by Harry Brighouse was initially published by the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain in 2000. In this new edition, Brighouse has updated his argument, Kenneth R Howe and James Tooley have contributed counter-arguments and Graham Haydon has provided an introduction and afterword drawing the debates together.
The issues debated in this new edition of Educational Equality include:
What is Educational Equality?
Why Does Educational Equality Matter?
Is Educational Equality Possible?
Educational Equality raises issues which will be of interest to all involved in educational equality, including teachers, policy makers and educationalists. >
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