The Changing Educational World, 1905-1930: Papers Read on the Occasion of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the College of Education, University of Minnesota

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University of Minnesota Press, 1931 - Education - 311 pages
The Changing Educational World was first published in 1931. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.A new educational world and a new profession of education have come into being in the past twenty-five years. The views of international, national, and state leaders regarding this changed and still changing world are presented in this volume, which is published to commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the College of Education at the University of Minnesota.The "new" profession of education has nowhere been so fully chronicled as in this symposium of both the backward- and the forward-looking views of educational leaders including: Stuart Chase, William John Cooper, Paul Dengler, William C. Bagley, Charles H. Judd, Ernest H. Lindley, Livingston C. Lord, M. Gordon Neale, George Drayton Strayer, and Fletcher Harper Swift, together with a number of prominent Minnesota educators. Topics discussed include: Education and the New World; The University School of Education; Educational Trends; Educational Pioneering in Minnesota; and The College of Education at the University of Minnesota.As the most complete history of the profession of education in Minnesota yet written, presented in relationship to national and international movements, it is a contribution not to be overlooked by any teacher or superintendent in the state, or any College of Education alumnus.

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TwentyFive YEARs
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THE REvival of PERSONALITY
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New PROBLEMs IN EDUCATION
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