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If you have started Jason Edward's course on the Brief History of Progressive Education, or have already studied progressive education--do you see in new ways the importance of knowing the facts and history of progressive education? What are your current thoughts about why studying progressive education is important for classical educators and administrators?
Perhaps you heard Christopher Perrin say (in the course on the Monastic Tradition of Education) that by 1300 AD there were 20,000 to 37,000 monasteries throughout Egypt. Did this surprise you? If so, why? Comments?