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ERIC Number: ED073976
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 330
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Education: Ontario's Preoccupation.
Fleming, W. G.
Written as an abridged companion volume to the seven-volume series, Ontario's Educative Society, this book shares the objective of exploring the development of education in Ontario since World War II. The material is presented within an historical framework and uses a broad definition of education which includes organizations and activities beyond the formal system. The book consists of ten chapters: 1) The Growing Importance of Formal Education for Utilitarian Purposes; 2) The Expanding System; 3) The Quest for Organizational Efficiency in the School System; 4) Province and University Come to Terms; 5) Educational Agencies Outside the Formal System; 6) New Practices and Procedures in the Educational Process; 7) Early Research Efforts and the Development of the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education; 8) Religion and Language; 9) The Burden of Support; and 10) Future Prospects for Formal Education. Related documents are ED 063 225 through ED 063 229; SO 005 311; and SO 005 413. (FDI)
University of Toronto Press, 33 East Tupper Street, Buffalo, New York 14203 ($10.00; $90, set of 8 volumes)
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Identifiers - Location: Canada