Curriculum Making

A quote from Michael Apple (1995)

“The curriculum is never simply a neutral assemblage of knowledge, somehow appearing in the texts and classrooms of a nation. 
It is always part of a selective tradition, someone’s selection, some group’s vision of legitimate knowledge. 
It is produced out of the cultural, political, and economic conflicts, tensions, and compromises that organize and disorganize a people.”

Here's the source.


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