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Experience and Education by John Dewey
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Jul 24, 2011

it was amazing
Read from July 24 to 25, 2011 , read count: 1

Progressive educational theory is being compared to traditional theory of the old, old days in this educational classic for everyone inspired/ motivated to create a better school (wouldn't that be nice).
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Paul It seemed very interesting! It reminds me of why people refer to our generations as degenerate. They seemed to have a clue in the past where as now we've stifled those who were heading on the right path & forgotten their ways. An enlightened populace is more dangerous than an ignorant one; hence the lack of motivation to educate the poor who could possibly move the interests of the country towards a progression for the common many instead of the wealthy few.

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