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  • Doug Belshaw 12:30 pm on February 16, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Marcel Aymé, social justice   

    Social injustice is such a familiar phenomenon, it has such a sturdy constitution, that it is really regarded as something natural even by its victims.

    Marcel Aymé

     
  • Doug Belshaw 8:31 am on May 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    What’s interesting about our our contemporary period is that we’re now saying schools can respond to problems of achievement and that we don’t need to address any of these larger structural issues. When you think about these larger questions—what causes economic inequality? What causes economic insecurity? How are resources distributed? Who has access to what?—they’ve been put off to the side. We’re not doing anything to address these questions at all.

    Harvey Kantor (Education Can’t Fix Poverty. So Why Keep Insisting that It Can?)
     
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