Mapping Admissions and Other Social Policy against a Philosophical Backdrop
Part of the Environment, Development, and Public Policy book series (EDPP)
In the chapters of Part II the many factors that constitute implicit intelligence policy are organized around four areas of tension. Recall that these areas of tension result from the following dichotomies:
Academic merit versus fair representation
Intelligence versus education as a determinant of worldly success
Aptitude versus achievement
Rationalism versus empiricism
KeywordsEducation Policy Knowledge Structure Mental Ability Admission Policy Fair Representation
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