Left pedagogical thought in Greece (1910-1951). From the liberal progressive education to the polytechnism
This book concerns the process of birth and evolution of left pedagogical thought in Greece. This process was first based on the course of development and action of “Educational Association” and secondly on the course of development of the communist movement in Greece. Important moment for the birth of left-wing pedagogical thought will be the split of Educational Association in 1927 and the announcement of the Association’s governing committee after its critical meetings. Besides the above process, the birth and consolidation of KKE (Communist Party of Greece) will allow the emergence of a new qualitative political proposal and the formulation of an educational discourse inspired by pedagogical theory and practice in USSR. The 1940s and the Occupation and Civil War period will allow left educators to partially implement their pedagogical proposals in the context of left political power. Under particular circumstances, the vision of a “New Greece” under the general title of “Reconstruction” will include educational plans in a wider post-war rebuilding plan of the country. The culmination of this process will be the work of Antaios Journal.
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