Education: Context and History and Patterns

Albert Jay Nock, in his “Theory of American Education,” described a good education in the 1890s: After the three R’s, or rather for a time in company with them, his staples were Latin, Greek, and mathematics. He took up the elements of these two languages very early, and continued at them, with arithmetic and algebra, nearly all the… Continue reading Education: Context and History and Patterns

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