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Child-centred education and its critics /

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Child-centred education is currently under pressure, both political and popular. In showing how this came about, the author highlights the significant influence of a particular academic group led by R S Peters. Peters and his colleagues were reacting against the widespread acceptance of the Plowden Report, and were critical of the kind of theorizing represented by earlier philosophers like Rousseau.This book traces the development of child-centred education and examines objections levelled at it by philosophers and politicians. The author challenges the widespread view that philosophers have shown child-centred educational theory to be incoherent.

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