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John Dewey's Other Son


by Herbert M. Kliebard - 1982

Discusses the tragic deaths of two of John Dewey's young sons and his eventual meeting and adoption of a crippled Italian boy, Sabino, who became an important part of Dewey's life. Sabino eventually became the only Dewey child to carry on work in elementary education as a teacher in progressive schools and as a designer of educational equipment. (Source: ERIC)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 83 Number 3, 1982, p. 453-457
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 732, Date Accessed: 4/9/2020 9:02:08 PM

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  • Herbert Kliebard
    University of Wisconsin, Madison
    Herbert M. Kliebard is a professor of curriculum and instruction and educational policy studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His publications include Curriculum and Instruction (1977, with Arno A. Bellack), and he has recently completed a study that attempts to relate high school dropouts to institutional characteristics.
 
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