This text examines the European discussion about alternative schooling in the 20th century. It refers to a stream of concepts that are often described as 'New Education', 'Progressive Education', 'Education Nouvelle' or 'Reformpädagogik', and discusses a range of different models of alternative schooling. Exploring the works of a range of continental educational philosophers, including Lietz, Blonsky, Kerschensteiner, Freinet, Decroly, and Petersen, the book offers a unique insight into texts not yet translated into English.
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