A World League for Home Education

Lynch, Ella Frances
July 1929
America;7/6/1929, Vol. 41 Issue 13, p303
The article focuses on the development of the National League of Teacher-Mothers in the U.S. The organization is designed to help educate children in home before schooling begins. According to the author, most of the instruction has been given by personal correspondence to mothers through a letter explaining the course of training. In relevance, it highlights the home education efforts of other countries including Belgium and France.


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