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What children study and why; a discussion of educational values in the elementary course of study

By Gilbert, Charles B. (Charles Benajah)

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Title: What children study and why; a discussion of educational values in the elementary course of study  
Author: Gilbert, Charles B. (Charles Benajah)
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Language: English
Subject: Education, Education, Teaching
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1913
Publisher: Boston, Silver, Burdett

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Benajah, 1855-191, G. C. (1913). What children study and why; a discussion of educational values in the elementary course of study. Retrieved from http://www.worldpubliclibrary.org/


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Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; Supplemented by: Questions for study, to accompany What children study and why, by C. B. Gilbert. (14 p. 19 cm.) published: Silver, Burdett & company [c1

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Contributor: University of Michigan; Digitized from the holdings of the Open Content Alliance (OCA); Additional Subject Descriptions: Education; Education; Teaching; Book digitized by the library of the University of Michigan.

 

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