Our Recent Past

by John C. Almack - 1940

THIS BOOK, says the preface, "is frankly an account of the development of education in the twentieth century. ... It seeks to set down only the high points. It is the outcome of an undergraduate course in the history ... of education. It is intended ... to have in a single volume a bird's-eye glimpse of the recent educational past." The editor, E. George Payne, gives all the credit for "the two movements in education" of this century to James and Dewey.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 6 Number 52, 1940, p. 188-188
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