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The Origins of Nursery Education: Frederich Froebel and the English System…

by Kevin Brehony

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Increasingly, nursery and pre-School education is the focus of international academic and governmental study, with much debate as to the right age for pre-school education to begin and the form it should take. One of the early pioneers of nursery education was Frederich Froebel. This set reprints a selection of his works which are no longer readily available, as well as writings on the reception and critique of his methods and institutions.

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