The first three parts of this article discuss means and ends related to providing education in an essentially decentralized hypothetical society; part 4 considers contemporary American educational policy in light of this analysis; and part 5 analyzes several contemporary proposals for educational reform.
Stephen D. Sugarman & David L. Kirp,
Rethinking Collective Responsibility for Education,
39 Law and Contemporary Problems
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