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The Power of Paideia Schools: Defining Lives Through Learning

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Beginning in 1982 philosopher Mortimer Adler led a group of educators and scholars in publishing a trilogy of books on what they called "Paideia" educational reform. The first book, The Paideia Proposal, had a profound effect on most of the major reform efforts that followed, and Paideia principles--including the then radical notion that "all children can learn"--eventuall ...more
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Published June 15th 1998 by ASCD
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