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It is hard to believe that, after 100 years, his ideas and teachings are still just as relevant today as they were when he wrote them.
I found this book to be a great inspiration for my classroom teaching, and something for me to seriously consider in terms of education policy today.
The more Dewey I read, the more becomes apparent to me that the teachers I know who don't like him did not actually read the things he wrote.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Dewey's educational philosophy and his experimental school(s).
Noam Chomsky went through one of these, and it certainly didn't ruin him in the same way regular schools ruin kids all the time.
What's depressing is that many (most?) of the ideas Dewey put into practice have not made it into the mainstream of education after more than 100 years.
I am certainly partially to blame, however I still have the excuse that when I get the kids in college they've already been ruined so it's not really my fault.
Here's a good quote from the last few pages of the book:
The educational regimen thus consists of authorities at the upper end handing down to the receivers at the lower end what they must accept.
This is not education but indoctrination, propaganda.
It is a type of "education" fit