March 2, 1983
Vol. 02, Issue 23
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PAGE 19 - Commentary
Adults write history. It is little wonder, therefore, that the history of children has not received much attention. In the 301st year of the life of the City of Philadelphia we examine what life in our city has meant for children over the generations. The picture is not encouraging.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
The Paideia Proposal is a radical manifesto. It urges a thorough redefinition of what students should study and how they should be taught; quite rightly, it is being widely debated by educators.
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