Scholars sound off about the books that shaped how we think about education.
Richard Arum is Professor of Sociology and Education at New York University. He is co-author, with Josipa Roksa, of Academically Adift: Limited Learning on College Campuses.
David B. Bills is in the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership Studies at the University of Iowa.
Audrey Devine-Eller is in the sociology department at Grinnell College.
Annette Lareau is the Stanley I. Sheerr Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. She is author of Unequal Childhoods
Class, Race, and Family Life, Second Edition with an Update a Decade Later.
Michael Young is a professor at the Institute of Education, University of London.
Michael Osborne says:November 1, 2010 at 22:42 pmHey Michael,My views about Fagan, however, rmneias as I have said until there are compelling reasons to change (for example if he acknowledges that he was wrong).Nevertheless I agree with you, in the main, that engaging over Fagan's antics detracts from the essence of the debates which are or ought to be about the SAHRC and its findings, the assault (ad homein attacks as you call those) on the character of the commissioners, the failure of government to deliver effective (and legally compliant) services and host of other political and social issues in South Africa, mostly from the perspective of Constitutional Law.
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