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In Teaching Controversial Issues, Nel Noddings and co-author Laurie Brooks invite teachers to engage students in critical thinking on issues that divide Americans such as religion, race, gender, class, and justice. Across her recent work, Noddings argues that schools are places where students can learn to listen to others and to think about these issues critically and collaboratively. This essay proposes that the power of critical thinking for cultivating students' ability to participate indoi:10.24908/encounters.v20i1.13446 fatcat:qvnhesahabab7fk74ltyrhdj24