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The right to educate and the right to be educated.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Education, 1972)
Freedom And education: an application of ethics, political philosophy and philosophy of mind to some of the problems associated with freedom in education.
(University of Canterbury. Education, 1979)
It is generally acknowledged that educating children entails limiting their social freedom, (or liberty), to some extent. The question is, how far can children's liberty justifiably be limited in education, and on what ...