The common irony in attacks on history of education or philosophy of education classes is that such criticism often comes from those who also attack teacher education for its lack of rigor. So where might one find more rigor in colleges of education… except in courses taught by those with liberal-arts perspectives?
Economists have numbers and impressive formulae!
Excuse me while I puke, lol. That's like saying if I add a tachometer, somehow that will improve my car's performance. Maybe I should get some spinning chrome hub-caps to go with it?
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