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Georgia Southern University - The Curriculum Studies Ed.D. Program in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Research brings together a variety of subject disciplines, including philosophy, ethics, cultural studies, and curriculum theory. The study of curriculum includes content (what is learned), instruction (how it is learned), and goals (why it is learned) developing an understanding of the past and present, and a vision of a better future.
Indiana University, Bloomington - Offers a Ph.D. program in Philosophy of Education allowing students to focus their studies in education on ethics, epistemology, aesthetics, social and political philosophy, foundations of educational inquiry, feminist philosophy, continental philosophy, or historically important educational thinkers.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven: - The division of philosophy of education specializes in the contribution of the philosophies of Levinas, Habermas, Arendt, and Wittgenstein to education; the deconstruction of the classical idea of education, of means-end reasoning, and more generally of "subject-philosophies"; the use of methods of analytical philosophy of education, mainly from a Wittgensteinian point of view, concerning the justification of education, the concept of childrearing, and the nature of the philosophy of education; a philosophical study of the concepts of identity, community, and society in relation to education; an analysis of the relation between educational and political theories with special attention to the concept of "Bildung" (formation); and the challenges of "visual-culture" for educational concepts and theories.
Montclair State University, New Jersey - Offers an Ed.D. in Pedagogy with a specialization in Philosophy for Children. The specialization emphasizes the role of philosophy in teaching reasoning, concept formation, and sound judgment.
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto - The philosophy of education program focuses critical attention on epistemological, ethical, and political dimensions of the effort to live life responsibly and how these dimensions interact with education. The program includes the following areas of specialization: feminist studies; human rights; politics and education; literature, music, the arts, and education; morals/values; social issues and education; and poststructuralist and postmodern philosophies of education.
The University of Western Australia - The Graduate School of Education has a strong international reputation for its postgraduate research, which includes Master of Education, PhD and Doctor of Education. All degrees are available in Philosophy of Education.
University of British Columbia - Philosophy of Education is located in the multidisciplinary Dept. of Educational Studies, along with First Nations Education, Multiculturalism and Antiracism, and Feminist Approaches to Social Justice in Education. Program emphases include: Ethics and Education; Feminist Studies; Environmental Education; Critical Thinking, Epistemology, Philosophy of Science and Education; Theories of Education, inc. John Dewey; Curriculum Theory; and Philosophy and Educational Research.
University of California, Los Angeles - The program in philosophy of education at UCLA is located in the Graduate School of Education, Social Science, and Comparative Education Division. Program emphases include: classical philosophies of education; critical pedagogy; cultural studies; feminist perspectives on education; critical race theory and education; philosophies of science and technology; new technologies, cyberculture, and education; and contemporary topics in education.
University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign - The program in philosophy of education at the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign is located in the Department of Educational Policy Studies. Program emphases include: ethics and education; philosophy and educational research; feminist perspectives on education; John Dewey and Progressivism; social and political theories of education; technology and education; the media and popular culture; religious educational policy; and philosophy of language and education.
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY - The U of R's Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development offers a specialization in philosophy of education through its Ph.D. program in Educational Thought & Policy. The Warner School has a strong commitment to the humanistic study of education, and students have access to courses and the possibility of concurrent masters degrees in the Departments of Philosophy, History, Political Science, and Social and Clinical Psychology. Cooperative exchanges between the Warner School and the Cultural Foundations of Education Department at Syracuse University have also made it possible for students to draw committee members from both schools.
University of Tennessee - The Cultural Studies program in the Department of Educational Administration and Cultural Studies derives its intellectual identity and postdisciplinary orientation from anthropology, history, philosophy, psychology, and sociology, as well as from multiculturalism, antiracism, ethnography, feminist theory, and other specialized forms of inquiry. The program prepares students to teach in Cultural Studies, Social Foundations of Education, Philosophy of Education, and Sport Studies within higher education or to conduct work in these fields within more applied settings.