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Children's Initiative in Beginning Reading


by Annie E. Moore - 1916

It is a most interesting and highly significant task to which Dean Russell has summoned those invited to participate in these conferences, at a time when conflicting theories of government are being weighed in the balance and being tested by an appeal to arms in a world war more terrible in its proportions, in its toll of human life and resources, and in its challenge to civilization itself, than any struggle hitherto waged since the dawn of history. The problem, as I understand it, that we are to consider is that of the State in its relation to education involving our fundamental concepts of the State itself, our appreciation of its processes of growth and development, and more especially of the relations of government in general to education in the broadest sense of that term.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 17 Number 4, 1916, p. 330-343
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 6310, Date Accessed: 5/13/2021 5:27:57 PM

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