Vol. 45 Nbr. 1-2, March 2010
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- Guest editor's introduction.
- Syntactic knowledge in history and science education: teacher education and neglect in the Academy.
- Educating for autonomy and respect or educating for Christianity? The case of the Georgia bible bills.
- "Self-enlightenment" in the context of radical social change: a neo-Confucian critique of John Dewey's conception of intelligence.
- Moral education and the academics of being human together.
- Political economy of academic writing practices.
- Richard Kearney, post-secular continental philosophy and education.
- Educational attainment and economic inequality: what schools cannot do.