In considering the relation of the private, parochial and denominational schools to the education of the State, it is well to bear in mind Sargent's statement that in that last analysis there is no such thing as a private school; that all schools are doing a public work, the work of the community in educating prospective citizens. It is this fact, that education in our American democracy has for its aim the making of a progressive and stable nation through efficiently trained citizens, each in his individual capacity and through his individual interests, that makes the problem of education difficult to solve.
Private School Education, Parochial School Education
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Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy
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Falls, Anna Elizabeth. "The Place of Private and Church Schools in the Education of the State." (1929). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/educ_teelp_etds/104