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Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, a brilliant educator and outspoken critic of Japanese education, was barred from formal teaching by his government and died in prison in 1944. This book is a translation of his position papers and notes, written over a thirty-year period and published in the early 1930s. Features criticized by Makiguchi more than fifty years ago are even today charac Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, a brilliant educator and outspoken critic of Japanese education, was barred from formal teaching by his government and died in prison in 1944. This book is a translation of his position papers and notes, written over a thirty-year period and published in the early 1930s. Features criticized by Makiguchi more than fifty years ago are even today characteristic of education in both Japan and the United States.


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Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, a brilliant educator and outspoken critic of Japanese education, was barred from formal teaching by his government and died in prison in 1944. This book is a translation of his position papers and notes, written over a thirty-year period and published in the early 1930s. Features criticized by Makiguchi more than fifty years ago are even today charac Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, a brilliant educator and outspoken critic of Japanese education, was barred from formal teaching by his government and died in prison in 1944. This book is a translation of his position papers and notes, written over a thirty-year period and published in the early 1930s. Features criticized by Makiguchi more than fifty years ago are even today characteristic of education in both Japan and the United States.

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    Erin McCoy

    So interesting to read- it's amazing he wrote this in 1924 or whatever- his ideas about what education means and should be are part of the conversation even today. If it wasn't a library copy I would have underlined half of it. So interesting to read- it's amazing he wrote this in 1924 or whatever- his ideas about what education means and should be are part of the conversation even today. If it wasn't a library copy I would have underlined half of it.

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