4 edition of Education and the state. found in the catalog.
Education and the state.
Frederick Charles Gruber
|Series||The Martin G. Brumbaugh lectures in education -- 4th ser., Martin G. Brumbaugh lectures in education -- 4th ser.|
|LC Classifications||LC89 .G76 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||60008664|
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This book is a collection of addresses that Machen gave back in the 's on the current state of the nation, particularly as related to Christianity, Education, the State and how the three are intertwined.
Machen is something of a Christian Libertarian/Constitutionalist.5/5(6). West's book, "Education and the State" largely explores the history of Education in Great Britain. In looking at the problems of education in Great Britain, there is a lot of insight into what works and what doesn't work. Up untileducation was largely a private concern that the parents of children dealt by: This book is a collection of addresses that Machen gave back in the 's on the current state of the nation, particularly as related to Christianity, Education, the State and how the three are intertwined.
Machen is something of a Christian Libertarian/Constitutionalist.5/5(7). Education and the State first appeared in and was immediately hailed as one of the century's most important works on education.
In the thirty years that have followed, the questions this book raised concerning state-run education have grown immeasurably in. West's book, "Education and the State" largely explores the history of Education in Great Britain.
In looking at the problems of education in Great Britain, there is a lot of insight into what works and what doesn't work. Up untileducation was largely a private concern that the parents of children dealt with.5/5(3). For in these lectures, Nock goes to the heart of the matter of what is wrong with the structure of education in the United States: the policy, imposed by government, of universal admissions on the theory that everyone is equally book is made up of 14 lectures, each one building on the by: 5.
Higher Education and the State: changing relationships in Europe and East Asia Edited by paperback pages, £ ISBN Oxford Studies in Comparative EducationCited by: 7. 4 The Office of Education also reported in that there w public secondary schools. At most, therefore, 21 percent of all school districts had a public secondary school, whereas the rest contained only elementary or common schools.
Goldin and Katz, Schooling and the State 2. The book is a collection of eloquent and impassioned essays about the meaning and value of this larger social purpose of education.
The Public Purpose of Education and Schooling also contains a transcript of the contributors participating in a spirited and informative panel discussion on the same topic.5/5(1). After all, how could a book written in have any bearing on education in.
Shockingly more than I thought. While there's a lot that isn't applicable to today's educational context, White does touch on topics that we now call differentiated instruction, standards-based grading, and Education and the state.
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For in these lectures, Nock goes to the heart of the matter of what is wrong with the structure of education in the United States: the policy, imposed by government, of universal admissions on the theory that everyone is equally educable.
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