Education and society among the non-whites in the West Indies prior to emancipation

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Jun. 1990
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This article discusses the educational system of the West Indies prior to emancipation. It analyses the contradictions between the needs of the capitalist mode of agriculture and the education of slaves, and traces the changing attitudes of planters to slave education. It examines teaching methods, curriculum, and teacher education. The role of missionaries and the church in slave education is included
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DOI:10.1080/0046760900190201

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