Experimental Work in Education: Self-Government in Chinese Schools
by H. B. Graybill - 1907
This subject in native and foreign schools in China today is an interesting one to teachers there and may be instructive to American teachers. The problem is not altogether one with that of our school-city or with other attempts of teachers to introduce democracy into the school for an aid to moral and especially civic instruction. It will, however, throw light upon our efforts.
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