Norms & Nobility: A Treatise on Education

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1991 - Education - 167 pages
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The author argues that virtue is the fruit of learning and should be taught in the classroom. The second half of the book includes a proposed curriculum with work ranging from maths, sciences, art, languages, humane letters to physical education and the problems of knowledge and faith.

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I'm also reading this book and always amazed by its insights and depths. Hicks sees the point at which education has broken down, and he discusses how it happened, what could have been, and how it can ... Read full review

Review: Norms and Nobility: A Treatise on Education

User Review  - Goodreads

I'm also reading this book and always amazed by its insights and depths. Hicks sees the point at which education has broken down, and he discusses how it happened, what could have been, and how it can ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter
17
A CURRICULUM PROPOSAL WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
107
SOME QUESTIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS
122
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About the author (1991)

Hicks is the president of Darlington School in Rome, Georgia.

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