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Monday, April 04, 2016

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Susan, I knew this was your voice the second I started reading. Your belief in the capacity of children still inspires and moves me today. I really hope you are writing a book to inspire teachers everywhere! You need to be at the fore front of the movement to change education..... I think you actually are. Would love to hear more from you.

It occurs to me that AS's question at the close of the post is precisely the demonstration of critical thinking that bell hooks says is characteristic of childhood - and which she argues we need to strive to not drum out.
http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/12/10/bell-hooks-buddhism-the-beats-and-loving-blackness/?_r=0

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