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School Choice and Social Justice
This book presents a view of what constitutes social justice in education, arguing that justice requires that all children have a real opportunity to become autonomous people, and that the state use a criterion of educational equality for deploying educational resources. Through systematic evaluation of empirical evidence, the book suggests that existing plans do not fare well against the criterion of social justice, yet this need not impugn school choice.
Contributor: Brighouse, Harry
Author's address: Oxford University Press, 198 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016 ($29.95). Tel: 212-726-6000
Date Published: 00-00
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