The educational director of the Ethical Culture Schools of N.Y.C. contend with all and sundry on the issues and extremes of...

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AMERICAN EDUCATION UNDER FIRE

The educational director of the Ethical Culture Schools of N.Y.C. contend with all and sundry on the issues and extremes of present day education -- with no concrete platform to offset save the importance of the ""free man's faith"" in democracy in practice. A criti and criticism of the St. Johns-ites, of vocational curricula with functional objectives, of the role of religion in the public school of deliberate indoctrination by the teacher, of the dangers of having communists or fascists as, educators. A conservatively liberal stand, which makes no new contribution, but analyses certain of the dangerheads extant today.

Pub Date: Nov. 8, 1944

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Harper

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1944