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Church, State, and School in England: A Study in Tradition and Innovation


by Gordon C. Lee - 1955

No serious student of the contemporary American educational scene can escape the realization that, in the general realm of moral-religious education and the contiguous area of church-state-school relations, we face crucial, fundamental problems. It is well, therefore, to examine our own history and traditions in an attempt to discover the origins, basic meanings, and central implications of present educational policy in this field. Much can be also learned from foreign example. So it is with questions of church-state relations as they influence the schools, and so it is more especially with the question of church-state-school relations in England.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 56 Number 4, 1955, p. 207-217
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 4708, Date Accessed: 10/26/2020 6:37:54 AM

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