CONTENTS:- Vol.1: G. Stanley Hall on Problems of Education. Vol.2: A.N. Whitehead on Aims of Education. Vol.3: Jhon Ruskin on Educational Theories. Vol.4: John Dewey on Democracy and Education. Vol.5: Nicholas Hans on Comparative Education. Vol.6: Jean Piaget on Development Psychology. Vol.7: Pestalozzi on Psychology and Education. Vol.8: John Adams on Educational Theory. Vol.9: Herbartian Methods of Teaching. Vol.10: The Educational Thought of Percival R. Cole. Vol.11: W.T. Harris on Psychologic Foundation of Education. Vol.12: John S. Brubacher on Modern Philosophies of Education. Vol.13: William Heard Kilpatrick on Philosophy of Education. Vol.14: H.G. Wells on the Story of a Great School Master Sanderson of Oundle. Vol.15: Robert J. Havighurst on ociety and Education. Vol.16: Engles Theory of Education. Vol.17: Karl Marx on Education and Morality. Vol.18: Leo Tolstoy and His Experiments in Education. Vol.19: Maria Motessori Method of Education. Vol.20: George Bernard Shaw as an Educationist. Vol.21: Annie Besant: As a Great Educational Philosopher. Vol.22: Swami Vivekanand: Education for National Reconstruction. Vol.23: Raja Ram Mohan Roy: The Great Social Educator. Vol.24: Aurobindo and His Educational Philosophy. Vol.25: Dayanand Saraswati: Education for a Good Society. Vol.26: Occupational Choice: An Approach to a General Theory. Vol.27: Teach Them to Live: A Study of Education in English Prisons. Vol.28: Education for Democracy. Vol.29: World Higher Education: UNESCO. Vol.30: World Higher Education: UNESCO.
These Four set of Five volumes tries to investigate the contribution of various educators, philosophers, psychologists, sociologists and teachers to the development of the theory and practice of education. It brings prophets of Education face to face with the general public, the teacher and the student and provides an oppertunity to examin education in terms of history and society.