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A Classroom Experiment in Teaching for Peace
Solutions to Global Problems
Charlotte Waterlow, a former British civil servant and teacher, describes a course on "Global Problems" which she taught as a twelfth-grade elective at an independent school in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The course drew inspiration from the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 and from the belief that solutions to global problems are emerging.
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Fall 1984 Issue
Lewis Thomas Discusses the Threat of Nuclear War
Resistances to Knowing in the Nuclear Age
John E. Mack
Problematic Aspects of Nuclear Education
The Role of Education in Preventing Nuclear War
Eric Markusen and John B. Harris
Between Feeling and Fact
Listening to Children
Brenda S. Engel
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