Education and Human Diversity: The Ethics of Separate Schooling Revisited

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This article reviews the arguments in the separate schools debate in an attempt to present a view of the matter which would be acceptable in a liberal democracy. Although the case for common or inclusive schools is treated sympathetically, the burden of the argument is that public sponsorship of separate schools can be defended once certain conditions are met.
Keywords liberal democracy  separate schools  common schools  religious schools  inclusive schools
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DOI 10.1111/1467-8527.00068
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