Education Lost by David Solway
Winner of The QSPELL Prize for Non-Fiction in 1990
Education Lost is a highly readable, timely and controversial book. A mixture of the anecdotal and the analytic, both humorously serious and bluntly incisive, the work attacks our customary and unexamined way of thinking about education and rejects our unthinking acceptance of the whole technological educational apparatus in which teaching is a science whose operative concepts are those of storage, dissemination, and skill-replication.
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