Representative Sadleriana: Sir Michael Sadler, (1861-1943), on English, French, German, and American School and Society : a Perennial Reader for Academics and the General Public

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Nova Publishers, 2004 - 311 pagina's
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This book is long overdue, especially in the fields of education, in general, and comparative education, in particular, anywhere in the world, where educational issues are reflected on, researched or written about. Unlike many current books on education having narrow perspectives, Sir Michael Sadler's approach to his contributions on educational issues and questions is eminently wide-angled. It also does justice to his dictum that as education is as broad as life, to call oneself an educational expert is to equate oneself with being an 'Expert on Life'! Sadler's thoughts and analyses are bafflingly of relevance for us today as educational policymakers or educational administrators, educators, politicians and statesmen. Besides the book's being a mine of thought-provoking information for academics, it is also an indispensable source of information for graduates, post-graduates, workers in national and international bodies (UNESCO) dealing with educational planning and assistance. This unprecedented publication underlines Sadler's unique educational scholarship both in content and style, expressed through an inimitable and felicitous English usage.
 

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An English Pioneer of Comparative Education
1
Comments on the History of Education in England
17
The TwoMindedness of England
53
The TwoMindedness of English Education
57
History of Education in England 17001908
61
The Education of Girls and Women
65
Education According to Tolstoy
71
Address to the Educational Science Section
77
The Probable Effects of the War on English Higher Education
169
A Conflict about Education
171
The Care of the Church for Her Members between the Ages of 14 and 21
173
The Teaching Profession as a Career
181
Influences in English Education from Abroad
185
French Influences in English Education
165
German Influence Englands Debt to German Education
175
German Influence Modern Germany and the Modern World
179

Education and the State In Relation to Curriculum Finance Division of Control as between the Central and Local Authority
91
The State and English Education
99
The Influence of the State in English Education
105
The English Philosophy of Education
121
On the Value of Private Schools in a National System of Education
127
John Ruskins Plan for National Education
133
Democracy and An Elite
145
Changes in English Education since 1900
151
An English Education for England
155
Bingley Teacher Training College
167
German Influence The Strength and Weakness of German Education
187
German Influence If the Germans Won? The Kaiser at Westminster Peril of Indecisive Peace
195
German Influence What Should be the Connexion between Government and the Universities? The British Model or the German?
199
American Influence A Bureau of Education for the British Empire The Scope of its Work and the Possibility of its Organisation
203
American Influence The Only Tragedy The Only Tragedy is Failure to Realize Ones Capacity for Good
217
American Influence Sadlers Studies of American Education
227
The Problems and the Limitations of Uniformity
269
Sadleriana Bibliography
279
Index
283
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