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American Heritage Collection: Four Centuries of American Education (edition 2005)

by David Barton (Narrator)

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Authors:David Barton (Narrator)
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Four Centuries of American Education by David Barton

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America is now entering its fifth century of educating students. Throughout the first four centuries, importation of three essential elements - religion, morality, and knowledge - was the core of the education system that produced some of the world's greatest leaders in areas from science and government to theology and jurisprudence. In recent decades, however, the secularization of education has become the new American paradigm; and statistics clearly demonstrate that the more secular American education becomes, the less successful it is academically. (60 min)

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