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INTRODUCTION TO CLASS PROFESSOR FOSTER: 1) Teaching since 1992, 2) William & Mary College economics 3) education anthropologist, was an athlete DEFINITION OF EDUCATION: Education = development of society Socially = how the youth grow up Politically = Citizenship in nation Economically = knowledge, skills, etc for workforce Extetionally = having an adult presence with one’s own values and dignity When we fail to step back and observe the policies (as if knowledge just exists), There is no good or bad with the founding fathers’ thoughts on education, it’s about what he get from education. THIS COURSE: - historically (founding fathers stressed the life of the nation) Jefferson = ideas about the importance of educating the population broadly since it’s a new nation = even the poor can be intelligent THIS IS A PRECENDENT AND PROGRESSIVE. The nation has to set up an education system that’s broader for the general public so that we can find the intellectuals out there to help out the new nation. He says all men should be given an
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