Signs of the Times

Topic: True Education

[F. G. Phillips, M. A., in the Sydney (New South Wales, Australia) Morning Herald]

The purpose of the new education is to regard the pupil from three points of view—as a person who will later have to work for a livelihood, as a future citizen of a democracy, and as an individual with body, mind, and spirit to develop. He must, therefore, be fitted to do most effectively the work of which he is capable, he must be brought more into contact with the world about him and realize something of his privileges and responsibilities as a member of a democracy; while, at the same time, the health of body, mind, and spirit must be progressively safeguarded. . . .

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