- Author:Wayne J. Urban,George S. Counts
- Publisher:Southern Illinois University Press (November 1, 1978)
- Pages:72 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Counts was unabashedly collectivist, which earned him the label of communist in his day. But Counts rejected communism because of its totalitarianism, the same basis on which he rejected oligarchy.
The preface writer (Wayne J. Urban) does not believe, in 1978, that Counts should be labeled prophetic.
George S. Counts was a major figure in American education for almost fifty years. Republication of this early (1932) work draws special attention to Counts’ s role as a social and political activist. The preface writer (Wayne J. replace "machinery" with "technology"), this book still reads fresh.
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Book in almost Brand New condition. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Counts was a major figure in American education for almost fifty . Nide 143, Arcturus books Arcturus paperbacks ; AB 143 Arcturus paperbacks. Three particular themes make the book noteworthy because of their importance in Counts's plan for change as well as for their continuing contemporary importance: (1) Counts's criticism of child-centered progressives; (2) the role Counts assigns to teachers in achieving educational and social reform; and (3) Counts's idea for the reform of the American economy.
Author: Counts, George S. (George Sylvester), 1889-1974. Note: New York: The John Day C. c1932. Subject: Education - Aims and objectives.
Eviction and the Reproduction of Urban Poverty. The Mark of a Criminal Record.
George S. Republication of this early (1932) work draws special attention to Counts s role as a social and political activist.