Chapter 1

1. ‘Education in the broadest sense can be nothing less than the changes made in the human beings by their experience.’ (George R. Geiger: An Experimentalist Approach to Education The Fifty-fourth Year Book, op, cit., 144)

2. Education is ‘the process of reconstruction or reconstitution of experience, giving it a more socialized value through the medium of increased of increased social efficiency.’ (John Dewey)

3. Robert Ulich, Fundamentals of Democratic Education, p.10.

4. Ralph Harper: Significance of Existence and Recognition for Education: The Fifty-fourth Year Book op. cit. p. 238.

5. Democracy and Education, p. 122.

6. Ibid., p. 123.

7. Horne. H. H., op cit., p. 156.

8. Greene, Theodore M., A Liberal Christian Idealist Philosophy ...

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