Moral Education in America: Schools and the Shaping of Character Since Colonial Times (Reflective History Series)
A history of moral education in American schools. The author traces American traditions of moral education from the colonial era to the present, illuminating both debates about the subject and actual practices in public and private schools, colleges, and universities.
Specifications of Moral Education in America: Schools and the Shaping of Character Since Colonial Times (Reflective History Series)
|Author||B. Edward McClellan|
|Publisher||Teachers College Press|
|Number Of Pages||130|
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