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Classics in Education

Published by Teachers College Press Columbia Univ., New York, 1959
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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30 Volumes from this series. 30 books of 34 in the series. TITLES: No. 2, Grattan; "American Ideas About Adult Education". No. 4, Fellman; "The Supreme Court and Education". No. 5, Scanlon; "International Education". No. 6, Lee; "Jefferson - Crusade Against Ignorance". No. 7, Hu; "Chinese Education Under Communism". No. 8, Krug: "Chas. W. Eliot and Popular Education". No. 11, Boyd; " Rousseau - Minor Educational Writings". No. 12, Joncich; "Thorndike - Psychology and the Science of Education". No. 13, Ford; "New England Primer". No. 14, Best; "Benjamin Franklin on Education". No. 15, Crane; "The Colleges and the Public 1787-1862". No. 16, Scanlon; "Traditions of African Education". No. 18, Woodward; "Vittorino da Feltre and Other Humanist Educators". No. 19, Woodward; "Desiderius Erasmus concerning the Aim and Method of Education". No. 20, Gay; "John Locke on Education". No. 21, McCluskey; "Catholic Education". No. 22, Sizer; "The Age of the Academies". No. 23, Strickland and Burgess; "Hall - Health, Growrh and Heredity". No. 24 Borrowman; "Teacher Education in America". No. 25, Cross; "The Educated Woman in America'. No. 26, Jones; "Emerson on Education". No. 27, Carlton; "Economic Influences upon Educational Progress in the United States 1820-1850". No. 28, Smail; "Quintilian on Education". No. 29, Gwynn; "Roman Education from Cicero to Quintilian". No. 30, Kazamias; "Herbert Spencer on Education". No. 31, Garforth; "John Locke's - Of the Conduct of the Understanding". No. 32, Woodward; Studies in Education during the Age of the Renaissance 1400-1600". No. 33, Piaget; "John Amos Comenius on Education". No. 34, Caspari; " Humanism and the Social Order in Tudor England". Price includes shipping in the United States. Please inquire for overseas rates. and No. 1, Cremin; "Horace Mann - The Republic and the School". Bookseller Inventory # 6118

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Title: Classics in Education

Publisher: Teachers College Press Columbia Univ., New York

Publication Date: 1959

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jackets

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