Fundamental Education, Common Ground for All Peoples: Report of a Special Committee to the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris, 1946

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INDEX
Act of Union, 1910 ( Union of South Africa), 67
Adult education
approach to, 184-186, 197
British attitude to, 196-197
literacy campaigns in, 187-188
see also Parents and children
Adult Education Committee ( Union of South Africa), 70, 75
"Adventures of Ideas" ( A. N. Whitehead), 228
Afghanistan, illiteracy rate, 21
Africa, 16, 44-80, 147, 171, 188, 194, 210, 233
Africa, British, 196-201
Africa, French, educational policy, 45-52
Africa, French Equatorial, 52
Africa, French West, 52-63
economic, social and cultural characteristics of natives, 53-56
future educational plans, 63
human and natural environment of natives, 52-53
obstacles to educational plans, 58
policy of educational colonisation, 55-58
statistics, 58
use of French in schools, 59-62
Africa, North, 48, 49, 50, 60
Africa, West, 60, 196, 198
"Africans learn to be French," 49
Alexander, Father, of Rhodes, 114
Algeria, 46, 47
Allahabad Agricultural Institute, 99, 103
"Allah helps those ( E. Muller), 122
Allen, H. B., 123
Allentown, Pa., 274
American Association for Adult Education, 19
"American Dilemma, an" ( K. G. Myrdal), 22
American Indians, 163
Americas, the, 21-44
"Analects of Confucius," 245
Annam, 111-117, 120
Antioch College, 274
Apprenticeship Act ( Union of South Africa), 74
Arabia, 21, 125
Arab League, 152
Archangel Province, 130
Argentina, illiteracy rate, 20
Asia, 80-126
French schools in, 50
illiteracy rate, 20
Assam, population density, go
Australia illiteracy rate, 20
Australia, aboriginals, 167
Auxiliary Education Committee of the Indian Statutory Commission, 88, 90
"Backward" areas, types of, 186-187. see also Under-Privileged groups
Baez, M., 201, 219, 222
Bagehot, W., 228
Balinese, 163, 168-170
"Balinese Character" ( G. Bateson and M. Mead), 169
Balkans, the, 146
Baluchistan
illiteracy rate, 21
population density, 90
Ban Methuat, 116
Bantu, 64, 71 illiteracy rate, 21
Bateson, G., 163, 168
Belorussia, 134
Benedict, R., 169
Bengal, population density, 89, 90
Bengal Government Committee on Problems of Primary and Adult Education, Report, 89, 90, 92
Bombay, 90, 92
"Book of Civilisation," 194
Books, types of, needed for illiterates, 275 see also Reading material
Brazil, illiteracy rate, 20
British Army, illiteracy rate, 19
British Colonial Office Advisory Committee on Education, 210
British Guiana, illiteracy rate, 20

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Fundamental Education, Common Ground for All Peoples: Report of a Special Committee to the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris, 1946
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Editorial Committee ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Chapter I- Introduction 1
  • Chapter II- Noteworthy Examples 14
  • Chapter III- General Considerations 144
  • Chapter IV- Policies and Methods 215
  • Chapter V- Suggested Lines of Action 288
  • Appendix A- Contributors and Participants 306
  • Appendix B- Sources 314
  • Index 319
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