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This paper is a republication of an interview between Tina Kullenberg and Ana Marjanovic-Shane, published in the EARLI SIG 25 Interview Series: ”The role of theory and philosophy in Educational Science” (Kullenberg & Marjanovic-Shane, 2020). In the interview, the authors discuss the reasons democratic schools sometimes support but other times do not support or even limit dialogic pedagogy. In the interview conducted by Tina Kullenberg, Marjanovic-Shane makes a distinction between schooling and education. Finally, in the face of global development, while sharing her comprehensive experiences over time and cultures, Marjanovic-Shane critically reflects on predominant approaches to education and the organization of schooling.
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