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Public work is rooted in the assumption that ideas matter. Whatever the enterprise--a school or a whole society--structural change requires conceptual change.
In an era of discrimination and division, politics that bridges it is required, and the education of thinking and judgment that enables such politics is now the focus of discussion. Public work is a condition for the emergence of such politics and is an important key to today's citizenship education.
Dean, Graduate School of Education,
The University of Tokyo
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