CONTENTS:- 1. Early Childhood Education and Reform. 2. Education Theory and Kindergarten. 3. Montessori Method of Education. 4. Country Day School Movement. 5. Unschooling. 6. Primary Education in various Countries. 7. Waldorf Education. 8. Various Schools for Education. 9. Abacus Process. 10. School Discipline and Scouting. 11. Outcome-Based Education.
Education reform is a plan or movement which attempts to bring about a systemic change in educational practices. Educational theories, curriculum reform and operational structure are often areas targeted fro change. In western society, this has preoccupied many famous intellectuals such as Plato and Rousseau. In fact, Western civilization developed classical education to economically teach skills and a framework for all human knowledge. Historically, many reforms, such as religious education and universities, originated to correct real or perceived defects in classical education.