Vol. 49 Nbr. 1-2, March 2015
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- 'Much learning makes men mad': classical education and black empowerment in Martin R. Delany's philosophy of education.
- Between the actual and the desirable: a methodology for the examination of students' lifeworld as it relates to their school environment.
- Efforts to transform learning and learners: the first decade of an innovative doctoral program.
- The regulation of understanding through intellectual virtue: some implications for doctoral education.
- A Reflection on Changes in Education from a Veteran Teacher's Perspective.