How can I apply logical positivism in the philosophy of education?

How would I use logical positivism to explore why teachers teach (objectives), what should be taught (curriculum) and how should the curriculum be taught (teaching strategies)?

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  • Can you add a bit of context to explain why you think logical positivism is relevant in philosophy of education? Also, welcome to the site.
    – Canyon
    Aug 26 '18 at 20:31
  • Could you tell us a bit about where this idea came from? Logical positivism (is this what you mean?) is a bit obsolete a philosophy, applying it today does not usually come up.
    – Conifold
    Aug 26 '18 at 21:46
  • For example:Why teach? (Concept) Teachers teach for learners to distinguish between sense and nonsense, knowledge and ignorance, meaningful and meaningless propositions.
    – Quaine
    Aug 27 '18 at 3:10
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    Possible duplicate of How can I use logical positivism in the philosophy of education? Please do not post duplicate questions.
    – Conifold
    Aug 28 '18 at 5:04

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