Discussion Forums - Teachers' Corner Teachers' Corner

Topic: TAKEN!-Fabulous book on history of education! A keeper!

Club rule - Please, if you cannot be courteous and respectful, do not post in this forum.
  Unlock Forum posting with Annual Membership.
Subject: TAKEN!-Fabulous book on history of education! A keeper!
Date Posted: 4/15/2008 7:16 AM ET
Member Since: 10/27/2007
Posts: 643
Back To Top

Schola Illustris: The Roxbury Latin School, 1645-1995 :: F. Washington Jarvis Founded in 1646, the Roxbury Latin School is the oldest school in continuous existence in North America. "Schola Illustris" is how Cotton Mather described the School when he wrote about it in 1690. The School's 350th. anniversary is the occasion of this new account of Roxbury Latin's unique place in the history of American education... It offers penetrating insights into the various social and educational trends and movements that have challenged schools since the colonies became a nation... Readers interested in the plight of the native Americans will find the story of John Eliot, "the Apostle to the Indians," especially compelling. Those interested in American social, economic, and religious history since the arrival of the Europeans settlers will discover here a long-buried treasure of material to consider.Sorry, but this  book is so heavy that I would have to suspend my free offers. However, it is in beautiful condition! Great for the person that is interested in the history of education. I would  love to see it have a good home.



Last Edited on: 9/7/08 3:05 PM ET - Total times edited: 4