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The article examines the issue of social justice as it relates to teacher candidates' dispositions. The author argues that assessing teacher candidates in terms of their views on social justice is reasonable and can be done in a fair manner. The author also argues that the issue of social justice must underline the all-out war to redefine the goals of public education, the role of teachers, the nature of knowledge, and conceptions of learning, teaching and learning to teach.
Updated: Jan. 02, 2008
This paper engages with some of the specific issues that challenge critical practice. The author's argument is related to the Carr and Kemmis debate on 'staying critical'. It is the author's view that emancipatory action research, committed to the practice of social justice, with the intention of bringing about social change, is a necessary component of critical practice. The author claims that emancipatory action research is the glue that binds critical praxis in a unity of theory and action.
Updated: Dec. 31, 2007