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es•sen•tial•ism



Pronunciation: (u-sen'shu-liz"um), [key]
n. Educ.
a doctrine that certain traditional concepts, ideals, and skills are essential to society and should be taught methodically to all students, regardless of individual ability, need, etc. Cf. progressivism.

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