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Part II - Ethics and Education in Practice

Perennial Dilemmas

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 March 2024

Sheron Fraser-Burgess
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Ball State University, Indiana
Jessica Heybach
Affiliation:
Florida International University
Dini Metro-Roland
Affiliation:
Western Michigan University
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This part of the handbook takes up the role of ethics and education in practice and the perennial problems associated with the nonideal, often messy, circumstances of power and (in)equality associated with institutions of education. Although not all applications of ethics in education are rooted in the dilemmas of institutions, a great many result from clashing values that occur between the private individual and institutions of modern schooling. Perennial questions taken up in this part include: What happens when ethics become institutionalized? What are the aims and purposes of school? What knowledge is of most worth? How should we treat students? How do diverse populations experience schooling? How should teachers be educated, trained, and/or developed? What is the role of private interests in public schooling? How can liberal commitments to schooling foster a more humane and just future?

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