What is Democratic Education

@inproceedings{Hiley2006WhatID,
  title={What is Democratic Education},
  author={David R. Hiley},
  year={2006}
}
Why does education matter in a democratic society and in particular, why does higher education matter? What should a democratic education be like, and who should decide how future citizens will be educated? These questions suggest that education is a political matter as much as it is about teaching and curriculum. Plato understood this when he placed education at the center of his construction of the ideal Republic. Thomas Jefferson also understood this from the earliest days of the democratic… Expand
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