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Thus, far from simply being concerned to measure them against academic standards and find them wanting, the school has direct relevance for both their current experiences and for the years that lie ahead. The purpose of schooling is to increase the range of desirable possibilities that face the child in terms of leisure and vocational interests and, whenever a child dismisses school as irrelevant, careful thought must be given to the way in which this purpose is being translated into concrete curricular terms.
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