Educational entrepreneurs and critical theory: Why not the best?

Henry M. Smith discusses the use of critical theory to change the American education system. He applies Critical Theory to Senator Kennedy’s famous quotation, “some men see things as they are, I see things as they are not.” Image courtesy of Henry M. Smith.

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