Democracy and Education

  title={Democracy and Education},
  author={John Dewey}
Chapter One: Education as a Necessity of Life 2 Chapter Two: Education as a Social Function 7 Chapter Three: Education as Direction 13 Chapter Four: Education as Growth 21 Chapter Five: Preparation, Unfolding, and Formal Discipline 27 Chapter Six: Education as Conservative and Progressive 35 Chapter Seven: The Democratic Conception in Education 41 Chapter Eight: Aims in Education 50 Chapter Nine: Natural Development and Social Efficiency as Aims 56 Chapter Ten: Interest and Discipline 63… Expand
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