United States History
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Progressive Education

A John Dewey-inspired classroom, circa 1910
Image Source: Polytechnic School Archives

Question 1314114

Progressive education advocates such as John Dewey

(A) emphasized the importance of a credentialing program for teachers
(B) urged the study of the classical cultures of Greece and Rome
(C) believed that every lesson should have real-world relevance for students
(D) felt that morality and ethics should be the center of the public education experience
(E) felt that unionizing teachers was the most important priority of public education

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