Geography and Education
Kieran O'Mahony
Grades: 9 to 12
A comparative description of the development of educational systems in very different political arenas. Reaching from early Greek educational philosophies to present day systems, this book draws in-depth examples from British, Teutonic, Russian and French idealists.

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Score: 5/5
D. McNett, Palmdale, CA   (1/1/2012)
Pros: This book was a very interesting book detailing the history of geography and education. It lays an excellent foundation for those desirous of studying geography or those merely interested in the history of geography. This book proceeds in a logical manner and has sidebars containing major points to enhance study.
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