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Progressive Education and the Scientific Study of the Child: An Analysis of the Bureau of Educational Experiments, 1916-1930


by Joyce Antler 1982

The history of New York City's Bank Street College (established in 1916 as the Bureau of Educational Experiments) is traced. The school was a laboratory for innovative teaching and fostered progressive educational practices and psychological child development research. (Source: ERIC)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 83 Number 4, 1982, p. 559-591
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 737, Date Accessed: 6/29/2017 8:34:18 AM

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  • Joyce Antler
    Brandeis University
    Joyce Antler is assistant professor in American Studies and director of the Women's Studies Program at Brandeis University. She is co-author of Year one of the Empire: A Play of Politics, War and Protest, and has written various articles on the subject of women in education. She is currently at work on a biography on Lucy Sprague Mitchell.
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