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I. PHILOSOPHICAL CONTEXT: ASKING QUESTIONS ABOUT PURPOSE.
1. A Conversation about Educational Philosophy.
2. The Connection between Philosophy and Teaching.
3. Engaging Students in Philosophical Reflection.
II. HISTORICAL CONTEXT: HOW DID WE GET HERE?
4. The Ambiguities and Contradictions in Early American Schooling.
5. Common Schools and Beyond: Education for Social Control versus Education for Democratic Citizenship.
III. ECONOMIC CONTEXT: POWER, WORK, AND SCHOOLING.
6. Labor and Economics in a Democratic Society.
7. Political Debates about Work.
8. Empowering Teachers.
IV. TEACHING CONTEXT: TEACHERS AS REFLECTIVE THINKERS, CURRICULUM LEADERS, AND ACTION RESEARCHERS.
9. Teachers as Researchers.
10. Curriculum Issues and Debates.
V. SOCIAL CONTEXT: STUDENTS AND LEARNERS IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE.
11. Reflecting on the Impact of Race, Class and Gender on Education.
12. Youth Culture.
13. Educational Futures.