The 14th SH Century: A Century of Education, Lessons Learned, Not Learned, and Mislearned

The 14th SH Century: A Century of Education, Lessons Learned, Not Learned, and Mislearned

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Education is one of the manifestations of modernity, as well as being a context for, and promoter of, modernity. The 14th SH century in Iran is a century in which the institution of education was transformed. Yet, this transformation was not due to a critical break with the past, but as a result of both being alienated by the past, as well as continuing elements of it. In this article Mohammad Reza Nikfar discusses these dynamics with Saeed Paivandi, a professor of sociology in France who specializes in education.

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Payvandi Saeed, and Nikfar Mohammad Reza. 2022. “The 14th SH Century: A Century of Education, Lessons Learned, Not Learned, and Mislearned”. Freedom of Thought Journal, no. 11 (April):109-16. https://doi.org/10.53895/ZSVN5742.

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Saeed Paivandi
‪Saeed Paivandi
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M. R. Nikfar
Mohammad Reza Nikfar
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