What Did You Learn Today? by Mark Latham

by
April 2001, no. 229

What Did You Learn Today? by Mark Latham

Allen & Unwin, $19.95 pb, 124 pp

What Did You Learn Today? by Mark Latham

by
April 2001, no. 229

In the midst of transition to the information economy, there is a need for thinking about learning in ways that will help us to reconstruct the education system, while enhancing its critical and reflective role, and improving equality of opportunity. This new book by Mark Latham, a Labor MHR, isn’t it, though at first glance many will think it might be. Consciously or otherwise, it’s a substantial surrender to new Right ways of thinking. Worse, it’s intellectually sloppy and rife with obvious and unresolved contradictions.

Guy Rundle reviews 'What Did You Learn Today?' by Mark Latham

What Did You Learn Today?

by Mark Latham

Allen & Unwin, $19.95 pb, 124 pp

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