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A history of international and comparative education; nineteenth-century documents [compiled by] Stewart E. Fraser [and] William W. Brickman. [print]

By: Fraser, Stewart E []Contributor(s): Brickman, William W [ctb]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Glenview, Illinois Scott, Foresman [(c)1968. Description: 495 pages 27 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): International education -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Comparative education -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Education internationale | Comparative education History Sources 19th century | International education History Sources 19th centuryGenre/Form: History. | Instructional and educational works. LOC classification: .H578 1968COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Summary: This compilation of nineteenth-century documents on international and comparative education is concerned principally with the United States and Europe. It represents the transatlantic exchange of educational views of both European and American scholars and schoolmen. It also illustrates the diversity of education interests and comparisons in the writings of innumerable visitors, many of whom were both commentators and critics. The main focus of attention is the nineteenth century, the century considered to be the principal crossroad in the systematic development of foreign and comparative educational studies. Yet, the editors recognize that there is now a growing awareness of the monumental comparative writings of previous centuries, and a historical introduction is included to give the reader an overview of these earlier contributions to the field. The editors are also interested in contemporary studies, and although this compilation terminates with documents at the beginning of the twentieth century, a conclusion summarizes major developments up to the present time. AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/International-Comparative-Education-Nineteenth-Century-Documents/dp/B000K60SO2/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=A+History+of+International+and+Comparative+Education&qid=1570645342&s=books&sr=1-10
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This compilation of nineteenth-century documents on international and comparative education is concerned principally with the United States and Europe. It represents the transatlantic exchange of educational views of both European and American scholars and schoolmen. It also illustrates the diversity of education interests and comparisons in the writings of innumerable visitors, many of whom were both commentators and critics. The main focus of attention is the nineteenth century, the century considered to be the principal crossroad in the systematic development of foreign and comparative educational studies. Yet, the editors recognize that there is now a growing awareness of the monumental comparative writings of previous centuries, and a historical introduction is included to give the reader an overview of these earlier contributions to the field. The editors are also interested in contemporary studies, and although this compilation terminates with documents at the beginning of the twentieth century, a conclusion summarizes major developments up to the present time. AMAZON

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