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Agony in Education: The Importance of Struggle in the Process of Learning Hardcover – March 30, 1994

ISBN-13: 978-0897893749 ISBN-10: 0897893743 Edition: First Edition, Second Printing

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"Presents a powerful and thoughtful discussion of the need for an ideological balance in this age of techno-pop, and perhaps more importantly a critical dialogue about educational reform between the various groups in society. Graduate; faculty." -- Choice

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Kuhlman exposes the dangers of excessive reliance on technical efficiency and avoidance of pain in the individual struggle to become educated and calls for renewed recognition of the importance of effort and agony in human accomplishment.

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