Educational Environments, No. 1 (Educational Environments) by Roger Yee

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Educational history. Early workers in the field of education were influenced by the notion that the preservation of the social privileges, interests, and knowledge of one group within the population was worth the exploitation of less powerful groups.

Over time this theory has become less blatant, yet its underlying tones remain a contributing factor to the issue of the hidden curriculum.

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