The article presents Jane Roland Martin's philosophy of education in the light of the need to rethink the school according to more inclusive and gender-sentive ideals.From a pedagogical perspective, Roland Martin argues first and foremost that not one can opt for an educational ideal that claims to be free from sexual difference: this is equivalent to confirming an ideal designed for the male experience, but then proposed to both males and females as desirable goal to reach in school contexts.Roland Martin instead argues for the need to rethinking school contexts in more inclusive terms and, first of all, the ideal of "educated person". At the same time, however, this account highlights the need for dialogue and reciprocity between themasculine and feminine.
|Title of host publication||Scuola Democrazia Educazione. Formare ad una nuova società della conoscenza e della solidarietà|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|