The Crisis in Education
Free Book - "The Crisis in Education"
by: Richard B. Wilcox
A humanist educational model can be defined as a system in which human
values, dignity, reason and fulfillment in harmony with nature predominates. By
contrast, the present system is based on utilitarian values to transform
knowledge into commodities. Within this context we see the dehumanization of
our children, young people and students.
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