Because democratic societies have this duty, we cannot leave the education of future citizens to the will or whim of parents. This central insight leads Gutmann to rule out sure exclusive suzerainties of energy over academic principle and coverage.
First is “the household state” during which all youngsters are educated into the only good life identified and fortified by the state.
A heavy emphasis on Protestantism on the expense of Catholicism was one example of such work. Hence what developed was a system of non secular—specifically Catholic—education separate from the “public faculty” system.
Is there a center of the spectrum that may not impose values or just make clear values? There is no middle path that may reduce a swath through imposition on one aspect and clarification on the other. Perhaps the closest we are able to get is to offer something like Gutmann’s or Galston’s educating …