Episode 23 - History of Education Part 1: The Ancient World
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In today’s episode we take our first periodical dive into the history of education. In one of the courses I teach, we do a unit about the history of public education in the US, and I get asked lots of questions by my students about education in other places, and at other times. As a result, it is only fitting to use this podcast as an excuse to find out more. So today, we are going back in time. Way back to the dawn of civilization, to find out if there was any formal education in the ancient world?
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