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9781607091257

Dewey's Democracy and Education Revisited Contemporary Discourses for Democratic Education and Leadership

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    9781607091257

  • ISBN10:

    1607091259

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-16
  • Publisher: R&L Education

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Summary

Dewey's Democracy and Education Revisited focuses on democratic schools/democratic education and the work of teacher and leader practitioners in the new millennium, taking into consideration the complex and dynamic nature of preparing leaders for changing roles in schools amidst the challenges of standards and accountability, the No Child Left Behind Act, licensure/certification issues, increasing diversity, issues of social justice, shifting demographics, and the myriad of social issues that make democratic leadership necessary. The book presents a collection of contemporary discourses that reconsider the relationship of democracy as a political ideology and American ideal (i.e., Dewey's progressivist ideas) and education as the foundation of preparing democratic citizens in America. Jenlink takes the reader into a reflective and critical examination of Dewey's ideas on democratic education, set forth in the classic philosophy text, Democracy and Education. Each chapter draws the reader into a discussion of the salient and relevant points Dewey argued, and juxtaposes Dewey's points with the issues challenging educators today, in particular focusing on the challenge of fostering democratic education and leadership for America's schools.

Author Biography

Patrick M. Jenlink is professor of doctoral studies in the Department of Secondary Education and Educational Leadership and director of the Educational Research Center at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
Introduction: Dewey's Democracy and Education Revisitedp. 1
Leadership and Democratic Educationp. 13
Dewey's Legacy for Democratic Education and Leadershipp. 21
A Continuing Leadership Agendap. 52
Social Foundations and Democratic Educationp. 71
The Criteria of Good Aims and the Idea of the Curriculum Standardp. 78
What Kind of Democracy Should Public Schools Promote? A Challenge for Educational Leaders in a No Child Left Behind Environmentp. 97
Democratic Foundations of Social Educationp. 119
John Dewey: Still Ahead of His Timep. 137
Aesthetics and Democratic Educationp. 155
Dewey, Democratic Leadership, and Artp. 163
The Mis-underestimation of the Value of Aesthetics in Public Educationp. 187
Culture and Democratic Educationp. 203
Leadership and Democracy: Creating Inclusive Schoolsp. 211
Education for Democratic Culture/Cultural Democracy: Taking a Critical Pragmatic Turnp. 229
Freedom and Democratic Educationp. 251
Learning Walks Away: The Erasure of Democracy from Educationp. 259
Transforming the School into a Democratically Practiced Place: Dewey's Democracy as Spatial Practicep. 274
On the Corruption of Democracy and Educationp. 297
Democracy and Democratic Vistas of Educationp. 325
Creating Democratic Relationshipsp. 333
Scholar-Practitioner Leadership: Revitalizing the Democratic Ideal in American Schools and Societyp. 359
Code: Realizing New Vistas of Democratic Educationp. 389
About the Editor and Contributorsp. 395
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