Table of Contents

Foreword to the series

    Introduction

  1. Educating ourselves about education - comprehensively by Hervé Varenne (Teachers College, Columbia University)

  2. Philosophical groundings and disciplinary investigations

  3. On (Not) Defining Education by Robbie McClintock (Teachers College, Columbia University)
  4. Beyond The Superstition of Learning by Ray McDermott (Stanford University)
  5. Triple Symmetry: Intelligence, Education, and Human Effectiveness by Michael Martinez (University of California, Irvine)
  6. Logic Models as Tools For Studying Comprehensive Education Constructs by Madhabi Chatterji (Teachers College), Radhika Iyengar and Nancy Koh

  7. Issues in comprehensive education


  8. Alternative Spaces for Education With And Through Technology by JoAnne Kleifgen and Charles Kinzer (Teachers College, Columbia University)
  9. "Bilingualing" Without Schooling: The Role of Comprehensive Education by Ofelia Garcia (The City University of New York, Graduate Center)
  10. Science, Religion, and Education: The Study of Life by Natalie Becker, Begoña Echeverria, and Reba Page (University of California, Riverside)
  11. Comprehensive Health Education and the Quest to Change Behavior by Susan Walkley (independent researcher)
  12. Learning With Art, Outwith The School: Stumbling Upon Adami's Lines, Inside Serra's Sequences by John Baldacchino (Teachers College, Columbia University)
  13. Between Provision and Thriving: What is Equitable in Comprehensive Education? by Dennis Wolf (Annenberg Institute for School Reform)
  14. Supplements to Schooling by Edmund W. Gordon and Mariana I. Vergara (Teachers College, Columbia University)