The Family as Educator: Some Comments on the Recent Historiography
by Lawrence A. Cremin — 1974
As fresh studies of familial education are undertaken in their own right—studies in which explicitly educational questions are addressed to appropriate primary sources—a criticized body of generalizations will begin to emerge, and we shall come to see the family anew as the crucially important educator it has always been.
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