Half a century ago, Edmund Gordon argued that kids who do well in school typically have absorbed a love of reading, music, the outdoors and more from their families and communities. Edmund W. Gordon Jr. is TC’s Richard March Hoe Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education, and founder of the College’s Institute for Urban and Minority Education in the Hotel Theresa in Harlem, NY. During his many years of teaching at TC, he served on the faculty of the College’s program in Clinical Psychology.
Here, he discusses “supplementary education” — his vision of services that substitute for this rich formal and informal learning at home (source).
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