chapter  1
Comprehensive Education Myth: Educational Potential is a Fixed Quantity
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Comprehensive education challenges the fallacy of fixed potential in educa­ tion. It dismantles structures rooted in this fallacy that act as barriers to learning while fashioning practices that enable everyone to enjoy a full edu­ cation. It is not concerned to offer opportunities to learn. It recognizes the right to the full range of learning that is available for each age group in the compulsory period, and a full choice of learning at the other stages of life.