The social ideas of American educators, by Merle Curti ...


New York, Chicago C. Scribner's Sons [1935] .

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Subjects Educación -- Filosofía.
Education -- Philosophy.
Educators, American.
Sociologia Da Educacao.
Series Report of the Commission on the Social Studies. pt. 10.
Description xxii pages, 2 leaves, 3-613 pages 20 cm.
Copyright Date [1935]
©1935
Notes Series title in part at head of t.p.
"Bibliographical notes": pages 593-600.
Contents Colonial survivals and Revolutionary promises, 1620-1820 -- New conflicts and a new solution, 1800-1860 -- Education and social reform: Horace Mann -- Henry Barnard -- The education of women -- The school and the triumph of business enterprise, 1860-1914 -- Education in the South -- The Black man's place : Booker T. Washington, 1856?-1916 -- William T. Harris, the conservator, 1835-1908 -- Bishop Spalding, Catholic educator, 1840-1916 -- Frances Wayland Parker, democrat, 1837-1902 -- G. Stanley Hall, evolutionist, 1846-1924 -- William James, individualist, 1842-1910 -- Edward Lee Thorndike, scientist, 1874- -- John Dewey, 1859- -- Post-war patterns.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)753936
(OCoLC)ocm00753936
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WorldCat Identities Curti, Merle 1897-1996.
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