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The republic and the school : Horace Mann on the education of free men / edited by Lawrence A. Cremin.

; Massachusetts. Board of Education
New York : Teachers College, Columbia University, [1957] .
ISBN 080771206X, 9780807712061

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Other Authors Massachusetts. Board of Education.
Subjects Education.
Éducation -- Collections.
Series Classics in education ; no. 1.
Description 112 pages ; 19 cm.
Copyright Date [1957]
©1957
Notes "Selections from ... Mann's reports (1837-1848) to the Massachusetts Board of Education."
Contents Horace Mann's legacy / by Lawrence A. Cremin -- First annual report : the effects of public apathy on education (1837) -- Second annual report : the teaching of reading and writing (1838) -- Third annual report : brief summary (1839) -- Fourth annual report : the qualifications of public-school teachers (1840) -- Fifth annual report : brief summary (1841) -- Sixth annual report : brief summary (1842) -- Seventh annual report : relationships between students and teachers in the Prussian schools (1843) -- Eighth annual report : brief summary (1844) -- Ninth annual report : the problem of discipline in the schools of a free people (1845) -- Tenth annual report : the general principles underlying the idea of the free public school (1846) -- Eleventh annual report : brief summary (1847) -- Twelfth annual report : moral education, political education, and the relation of church, state, and public school in a free society (1848).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)177637
(OCoLC)ocm00177637
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Mann, Horace, 1796-1859.
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