Living Divided No More: An Exploration of Authenticity in Philosophically Inspired Schools

@inproceedings{Reiser2016LivingDN,
  title={Living Divided No More: An Exploration of Authenticity in Philosophically Inspired Schools},
  author={Melanie Reiser},
  year={2016}
}
This study explores school authenticity (SA) by conducting research at three philosophically inspired schools. The study investigates consciousness to identity, integrity to that identity, and ascertains characteristics of authenticity across settings through an investigation of the school’s congruence between the philosophy and the school ecology. Two frameworks are utilized to explore school congruence. The first framework addresses establishment of identity—the school’s attention to and… CONTINUE READING

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