Searching for the Missing One in the History of Education： The Era and Life of Alice Chipman Dewey
Alice Chipman Dewey， the wife of John Dewey， has been forgotten by the historians of education. Alice was the first generation of women who went to col^ge in the United States. She played a crucial role in the shitt of young Dewey^s interest from classical philosophy to modern social study， especially the study of the education problems. She participated in the founding and management of the Chicago experimental school， assisted Dewey in applying his theoretical principles to school life， and constantly revised and adjusted t. Alice fought for American women^s equal rights to education and political participation， and also contributed to China's coeducation campaign in her trip to the Far East with Dewey. Alice's life reflected the changes of the education and society in the United States in the late 19th century and the early 20th century. We can^t ignore Alice and her influence while studying John Dewey's education theory and social action.
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