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Montessori after 50 Years

by John Henry Martin - 1965

In 1915, Dr. Maria Montessori, a fiery and brilliant Italian physician, made headlines by lecturing in the US on her revolutionary new educational methods. Sharply criticized by Kilpatrick and adversely affected by World War I, her ideas, though meteoric in their public appeal, went into rapid eclipse. A half-century later, they are again in evidence and are subjected to a latter-day evaluation here by the author, superintendent of schools in a major suburb of New York City.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 66 Number 6, 1965, p. 552-554
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 2448, Date Accessed: 8/7/2020 11:56:22 AM

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