In the New York Times today Stanley Fish comments on the educational policies in the State of the Union address. In brief, he suggests that we are setting up an educational system that favors scientific innovation over the Humanities at all levels of education and that the education we’re providing is not academic but consumer driven. What is our response to this? Fish cites Diane Ravitch and Martha Nussbaum’s work. What other resources can be considered alongside these?
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