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Actually good article from Stanley Fish...

Until he reminds us that he's a jerk at the end.

Link.


Notably absent from Bortins’ vision of education is any mention of assessment outcomes, testing, job training (one of her sub-chapters is entitled “The Trivium Replaces Careerism”) and the wonders of technology. Her emphasis is solely on content and the means of delivering it. She warns against the narrowing distractions of “industrialization and technologies” and declares that “students would be better educated if they weren’t allowed to use computers . . . until they were proficient readers and writers.”

What I emphasize above are phrases I have heard from administrators at my various teaching jobs.
No profanes - sacred
 
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