The search for a common learning: general education, 1800-1960.

New York, McGraw-Hill, 1962.

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Subjects Education, Humanistic.
EĢducation humaniste.
Series Carnegie series in American education.
Description x, 324 pages table 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1962.
Contents Part 1. The historical background of general education, 1800-1930. A century of expanding knowledge and social evolution, 1800-1900 -- Mid-century: four views about college education, 1842-1869 -- The interest of the individual and the common interests, 1870-1909 -- Two decades of curricular reform, 1909-1930 -- Contemporary problems of general education: a study of ends and means. Content and organization: some theoretical distinctions -- The colleges speak for themselves -- A retrospective view.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00188561
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WorldCat Identities Thomas, Russell Brown, 1900-
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