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May 31, 2005


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You are right again. Don't give in to the false dichotomies constructed by feeble minds and dampened spirits. Form and content go together. Oddly enough, what is actually missing is context...The context is what provides the basis for the arguments that your writers are having such difficulty constructing.

In my work here in NY, I see children in classes where the meaning of persons, places and things have been recontextualized and decontextualized to render them meaningless. In sum, there is nothing to argue, and the structure, then, matters little except that the absence of it reaffirms the notions, fears and limiting expectations of most educators.

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