Review of Living with moral disagreement: The enduring controversy about affirmative action


  • Doris Santoro Bowdoin College


Author Biography

Doris Santoro, Bowdoin College

Doris A. Santoro is an Associate Professor of Education at Bowdoin University. A philosopher of education who conducts empirical research, she studies the moral and ethical sources of teacher dissatisfaction and resistance. Her #teachertweets project examines the moral claims teachers make about their work on Twitter. She is a teacher educator for pre-service and experienced practitioners, and examines how norms and values are communicated in professional communities.


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How to Cite

Santoro, D. (2016). Review of Living with moral disagreement: The enduring controversy about affirmative action. Education Review, 23.



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