The Problem Of The Elementary School Curriculum: Germany
by Reinhold Lehmann - 1925
In the period of creative progress immediately following the revolution the educational authorities in Hamburg granted a number of voluntary groups complete "freedom from a prescribed course of study and defined aims of instruction." As long as the parents supported schools along these lines, nothing was to be done to limit the experiment.
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