Education for America's Role in World Affairs

Education for America's Role in World Affairs

by John Fonte, Andre Ryerson
     
 

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This collection of carefully argued essays examines what American students should know about world affairs in the post-cold war era. The issues which are examined are those that will continue to be debated as our schools prepare for the next century. The authors probe the complex and sometimes contradictory claims of global, peace, multicultural, and citizenship

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This collection of carefully argued essays examines what American students should know about world affairs in the post-cold war era. The issues which are examined are those that will continue to be debated as our schools prepare for the next century. The authors probe the complex and sometimes contradictory claims of global, peace, multicultural, and citizenship education. They offer prescriptions for change based on a strong academic core of history, international relations, government, economics, and geography, with the presumption of values consistent with America's democratic ideals.

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Orbis
...issues an important cri de coeur on behalf of those who believe global education is too important to be left to the relativists. Call your local principal and ask him to read the book right away.
Orbis - Joshua Muravchik
John Fonte and Andre Ryerson have put together a provocative and informative volume that deserves to be widely read.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780819194022
Publisher:
University Press of America
Publication date:
04/05/1994
Pages:
212
Product dimensions:
5.36(w) x 8.42(h) x 0.43(d)

Meet the Author

John Fonte is a Humanities Administrator at the National Endowment for the Humanities. Andre Ryerson is a former Professor of French at Amherst College.

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