From ‘Between Two Worlds’, by John Dewey, 1944

“There will be almost a revolution in school education when study and learning are treated not as acquisition of what others know but as development of capital to be invested in eager alertness in observing and judging the conditions under which one lives. Yet until this happens, we shall be ill-prepared to deal with a world whose outstanding trait is change.”

From ‘Between Two Worlds’, by John Dewey, 1944

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