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Framing and structuring discussions of controversial issues
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Philosophy of education: What’s it good for?
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Should teachers share their political views in the classroom?
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Preparing young adults for polarized America
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Investing in civic and political pluralism
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Do children have any rights?
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Liberal education, privilege, and higher education
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To disclose or not to disclose: A controversial choice for teachers
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