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General Education in a Free Society

General Education in a Free Society
Title page for General Education in a Free Society (1950)
AuthorHarvard Committee on the Objectives of a General Education in a Free Society, headed by James B. Conant
SubjectSecondary education in the United States
PublisherHarvard University Press
Publication date
1945
Pages268
TextGeneral Education in a Free Society at Internet Archive

General Education in a Free Society, also known as the Harvard Redbook, is a 1945 Harvard University report on the importance of general education in American secondary and post-secondary schools. It is among the most important works in curriculum studies.[1]

In the words of education historian Frederick Rudolph, the Redbook called for "a submersion in tradition and heritage and some sense of common bond string enough to bring unbridled ego and ambition under control."[2]

References

  1. ^ Kridel, Craig, ed. (2010). "General Education in a Free Society (Harvard Redbook)". Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies. Vol. 1. SAGE. pp. 400–402. ISBN 978-1-4129-5883-7.
  2. ^ Chase, Alston (Jun. 2000). "Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber." The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 285, no. 6. pp. 41-65.

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