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Two different ways of thinking the public meaning of school education are derived from Arendt’s text on the crisis in education. In the first, the school is conceived of as the space/time of introduction, having a public role in giving access to the public sphere. In the second line of thinking, the school is by itself a public space/time: a space/time of suspension and profanation.
Updated: May. 25, 2010