The impact of Western progressive educational ideas in Japan: 1868–1940

  title={The impact of Western progressive educational ideas in Japan: 1868–1940},
  author={Yoko Yamasaki},
  journal={History of Education},
  pages={575 - 588}
Little is known about the impact of Western educational ideals in Japan during the Meiji (1868–1912), Taisho (1912–1926) and Showa (post‐1926) eras, although, in reality, there was considerable interest among Japanese educators in Western thought and practice and there were numerous attempts to disseminate these ideas widely. This article highlights some of the more significant of these developments and attempts to assess their impact and their interpretation in a Japanese context. Translations… 
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