With debates on the relationship between cultural diversity and the
role of schools raging on both sides of the Atlantic, the time is
apt for a philosophical work that shines new light on the issues
involved and that brings a fresh perspective to a political and
emotive discussion. Here Burtonwood brings the writing of British
philosopher Isaiah Berlin to bear on the subject of
multiculturalism in schools, the first time that his work has been
applied to matters of education. Tackling the often-contradictory
issues surrounding liberal pluralism, this book poses serious
questions for the education system in the US and in the UK.
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