It seems that public education is being attacked more and more concerning the lack of quality education. In part, what is being challenged are the methods of teaching children, governed by an established and practiced philosophy. Many school systems don't operate with a stated philosophy and therefore cannot implement such. Moreover, it would seem unlikely that one could find two teachers, in such a system, who would be teaching with the same philosophical objectives in mind. In short, there is no consistent "practice what you preach" format for teachers to follow in many school systems.
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
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Kelly, James L.
"A Philosophy for Present-Day Education,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 18
, Article 23.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol18/iss1/23