By Joel Spring
Building his argument via an unique documentation, synthesis, and critique of triumphing international financial objectives for faculties and learn on social stipulations that aid happiness and lengthy existence, Spring:
*develops guidance for an international middle curriculum, equipment of guideline, and college companies;
*translates those guidance right into a new paradigm for international tuition platforms according to innovative, human rights, and environmental academic traditions;
*contrasts differing methods of seeing and understanding between indigenous, Western, and Confucian-based societies, concluding that worldwide instructing and studying contain a specific kind of holistic realizing and seeing; and
*proposes a prototype for an international school—an eco-school that capabilities to guard the biosphere and human rights and to help the happiness and health of the college employees, scholars, and quick community—and for a world middle curriculum in response to holistic types for classes and guideline.
The booklet concludes with Spring’s retelling of Plato’s parable of the cave—in which educators holiday the chains that bind them to the industrial-consumer paradigm and reconsider their dedication to humanity’s welfare.
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A New Paradigm for Global School Systems: Education for a Long and Happy Life (Sociocultural, Political, and Historical Studies in Education) by Joel Spring