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Fine
ISBN: 978-0-7879-0061-8
Hardcover
256 pages
February 1995, Jossey-Bass
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"In Habits of Mind, Melinda Fine cuts through the opaque rhetoric of public discourse about education to reveal the complex, difficult, ambiguous tensions that are central to developing a truly multicultural society and to the teaching of 'difference' in schools. A strong and penetrating piece of work, useful for practitioners, scholars, and policy makers."--Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, professor, Harvard University"The forces and counterforces that impact moral education can undermine the best-intAnded plans. This book must be read by all educators who are struggling with these issues."--Joseph A. Fernandez, former schools chancellor, New York City Public Schools; president and CEO, School Improvement Services, Inc.; president, The Council of the Great City Schools.Explores the politics and practice of programs that foster moral thinking and civic responsibility--highlighting the acclaimed and controversial Facing History and Ourselves (FHAO) curriculum, which uses study of the Holocaust to help students reflect on contemporary issues of racism, violence, intolerance, and prejudice.
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