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Academic Freedom In Schools

Summary: Short essay on why academic freedom belongs in public high schools.
"The aim of education is to cultivate the individual's capacities for mental growth and moral development; to help him acquire the intellectual and moral virtue necessary for a good human life." I agree with this quote from the Supreme Court, that education, especially in public High schools, should prepare students for good life in the real-world society. Therefore, I affirm the resolution, which states, "When in conflict, academic freedom in U. S. high schools ought to be valued above community standards." Academic freedom will open the minds of the youth, enlightening them, and giving them freedom of thought. As a result of this, our school systems will produce better citizens for our community. That is why I uphold the value of the quality of the future.

Kohlberg's moral theory presents a hierarchy which states that high school students, of average development and intelligence, will have reached...

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