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The idea that schools should make an effort so that education is relevant to people's lives.
American philosopher whose ideas were influential in education reform.
A principle advocating for the equality of life chances.
American education laws requiring that children attend school until the age of sixteen or through the eighth grade.
A system of formal educational instruction.
A social institution that transmits skills, knowledge, cultural norms, and the basic facts important to a society.