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The Self-Culture of Teachers

by David Snedden - 1928

ARE Americans a cultured people?1 Are even those Americans who have had the advantages of high school education a cultured people? What evidence of the culture of the American people can we derive by studying the circulation of library books, the sale of newsstand magazines, the patronage of moving pictures, the reading of comic strips in newspapers, our use of English, and our persistent interests in "high and noble thinking"? Finally, we may ask, are our teachers as a professional class genuinely cultured folk?

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 29 Number 6, 1928, p. 471-478
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 5762, Date Accessed: 2/17/2020 7:48:51 AM

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