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BILL AYERS:

A DIALOGUE ON DEMOCRACY & EDUCATION

SPONSORED BY THE DEPARTMENTS OF HISTORY, POLITICAL SCIENCE, COMMUNICATIONS & JOURNALISM, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES, AND STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY AT OU

 

Recent Books by Bill Ayers:

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Teaching the Personal and the Political: Essays on Hope and Justice, 2004.

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Zero Tolerance: Resisting the Drive for Punishment in Our Schools, 2001.

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Teaching Toward Freedom: Moral Commitment and Ethical Action in the Classroom, 2004.

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A Simple Justice:

The Challenge of Small Schools, 2000.

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Full-text articles on politics, ethics, and social justice in Education:

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Cooley, A. (2008). Legislating character: Moral education in North Carolina's public schools. Educational Studies, 43(3), 188-205.

McCarthy, C. (2009). Race, diversity, and curriculum in the era of globalization. Curriculum Inquiry, 39(1), 75-97.

Nguyen, N. T. (2008). Ethics perception: Does teaching make a difference? Journal of Education for Business, 84(2), 66-75.

Titone, C. (2009). Virtue, reason, and the false public voice: Catharine Macaulay's philosophy of moral education. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 41(1), 91-108.

 

For more information on Bill Ayers:

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Montgomery, D. (2008, November 18). In a new climate, former Weatherman Bill Ayers speaks. The Washington Post, pp. C01.

Radical cheer. (2009, February 15). The New York Times, pp. 13.

Tossell, I. (2009, January 10). Guess who's coming to lecture? The infamous Bill Ayers...The Globe and Mail (Canada), pp. M1.

 

 


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