Theresa McCormick argues that equity and excellence in education should not be accepted as being on opposite ends of a continuum, but rather should be viewed as two related components of education. The twin concepts of equity and excellence are compatible and must be identified as important goals of education. Educators at all instructional levels in all subject disciplines need to include a study of and value these educational and social concepts. These concepts can be taught to young people as “fairness” and “goodness.” More mature students can examine the concepts from the perspective of several academic disciplines.
Critique [of Equity and Excellence in Education—Compatible Concepts or Hostile Abstractions? by Theresa E. McCormick]
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Margaret A. Laughlin; Critique [of Equity and Excellence in Education—Compatible Concepts or Hostile Abstractions? by Theresa E. McCormick]. Explorations in Ethnic Studies 1 July 1989; 12 (2): 33–34. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ees.1918.104.22.168
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