The history of Western education
The demand for this standard history of education continues throughout the world and gives the opportunity for a new revised edition. For the sixth time the book has been brought up to date by Professor Edmund King, recognised in Europe, America and elsewhere overseas as a leading authority on the history of education.
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Roman Education5 Roman Educational Literature
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Alcuin ancient ancient Greece Aristotle arts Athenian Athenian schools Athens attention became beginning Bologna boys Century character child Christian Church Cicero classes classics colleges Comenius common concerned countries course culture doctrine educa elementary schools England Erasmus established Europe example experience fact followed France Froebel Gaul Germany grammar schools Greece Greek Herbart Herbartian higher education human ideal ideas important individual influence institutions instruction intellectual interest Italy Jesuits knowledge language later Latin learning literary literature London master methods mind modern moral movement nature ordinary Paris Pestalozzi philosophy Plato political practical principles pupils quadrivium Quintilian reform regard religion religious Renaissance rhetoric Robbins Report Roman Rousseau says scholars secondary school sense social society Socrates soul spirit subjects taught teachers teaching theory things thought tion tradition whole writing Xenophon youth