|Hunter, Graeme ||Compulsory Miseducation: Education's Sine Qua Non|
Our public (and much of our private) education system suffers from the same disease as brought about the collapse of the Soviet Union: "the best lack all conviction". That may not prevent them from imparting information and technique, but they have nothing to profess, and therefore cannot educate. My paper enlarges upon this diagnosis.
[ A revised version of this paper will soon be published by the NEW OXFORD REVIEW. ]