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Abstract

A Yugoslav pedagogue reporting on the advanced state of schooling in Czechoslovakia in 1934 had this to say about Czechoslovak educational literature:

In their reviews, books and lectures many foreign pedagogues are mentioned. One thing is characteristic, however: German pedagogues are mentioned by far the least, regardless of whether they are Austrian or “Reichsdeutsche.” In place of this, they emphasize Tolstoy, J. Dewey, Spencer, M. Montessori and others.1

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Conceptual Persona Foreign Pedagogue German Pedagogue Modern Mode Educational Reformer 
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