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Bücher und Aufsätze

Hanus, Paul H.: Technical Continuation Schools of Munich. In: School Review 13 (November 1905), pp. 678‑683 (auch als Sonderdruck Boston 1906 und in Report of the Massachusetts Commission on Industrial and Technical Education (1907), pp. 46-51, Beginnings in Industrial Education. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1908, pp. 89-98) (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Bailey, Henry T.: The London Congress. In: School Arts Book 7 (October 1907), pp. 165-166 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Hanus, Paul H.: Industrial Education. In: National Association of Wool Manufacturers. Bulletin 37/1 (March 1907), pp. 28-37 (überarbeitet und erweitert auch in Atlantic Monthly 101 (January 1908), pp. 60-68) (Münchner Schulen, passim).  

Manny, Frank A.: A Positive Function for School Museums. In: Elementary School Teacher 8 (November 1907), pp. 152-153 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Manny, Frank A.: An Englisch Experiment in Education. In: School Review 15 (November 1907), pp. 684-689 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Manny, Frank A.: Educational Reports. In: Educational Review 34 (June 1907), pp. 94-96 (Münchner Schulen, passim).

Manny, Frank A.: Participation and Productive Labor in German and American Schools. In: Manual Training Magazine 9 (December 1907), pp. 142-145 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Manny, Frank A.: Vocational Education. Letter to the Editor. In: The Republican (Springfield, Mass.), July 21, 1907.

Paulsen, Friedrich: The Past and Future German Education. In: Proceedings of the National Education Association (1907), S. 430-443 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Report of the Massachusetts Commission on Industrial and Technical Education (1907): Boston: Potter & Wright 1907. Darin:

- Industrial Continuation Schools of Munich, pp. 46-51 (Kerschensteiner, passim)

- Industrial Continuation Schools for Jewelers' and Gold and Silver Workers' Apprentices, Munich (auch als Bulletin no. 1).

- Industrial Continuation Schools for Male Commercial Employees, Munich (auch als Bulletin no. 2).

- Industrial Continuation Schools for Machinists' Apprentices, Munich (auch als Bulletin no. 3).

- Industrial Continuation Schools for Mechanicians' Apprentices, Munich  (auch als Bulletin no. 4).

- Industrial Continuation Schools for Gardeners' Apprentices, Munich (auch als Bulletin no. 6).

Sadler, Michael E. (ed.): Continuation Schools in England and Elsewhere. Their Place in the Educational System of an Industrial and Commercial State.  Manchester: Sherratt and Hughes 1/1907, 2/1908 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Chamberlain, Arthur H.: The Conditions and Tendencies of Technical Education in Germany. Syracuse: Bardeen 1908 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Hanus, Paul H.: Industrial Education in Massachusetts. In: New York State Education Department. Bulletin No. 422 (March 1908), pp. 137-155 (gekürzt auch in Charities and the Commons 19 (October 1907), pp. 820-823) (Münchner Schulen, passim). 

Manny, Frank A.: A German Contribution to Education for Vocation and Citizenship. In: School Review 16 (March 1908), pp. 154‑161 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Münch, Wilhelm: A General View of German Pedagogy for the Benefit of Foreigners, IV. In: School Review 16 (September 1908), pp. 439-452 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Bennett, Charles A.: The Munich Plan. In: Manual Training Magazine 11 (October 1909), pp. 60‑62 (auch in: School Education 29 (October 1909), pp. 20- ; Ohio Teacher (December 1909), pp. 202- ; Sierra Educational News 6 (February 1910), pp. 37-40) (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Flexner, Mary: A Plea for Vocational Training. In: Survey 22 (August 1909), pp. 650-655 (Münchner Schulen, passim). 

Meriam, Junius L.: Fundamentals in the Elementary School Curriculum. In: Proceedings of the National Education Association (1909), pp. 169‑175 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Third International Art Congress. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1909), Vol. 1, pp. 187-190 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Annual Convention of the National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. In: Engineering News 64 (November 24, 1910), pp. 576-577 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Bennett, Charles A.: Dr. Kerschensteiner Coming. In: Manual Training Magazine 12 (October 1910), pp. 72-73.

Bennett, Charles A.: Some Suggestive Features of Industrial Education in Germany.  In: Proceedings of the Western Drawing and Manual Training Association (1910), pp. 147‑156 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Bloomfield, Meyer: Vocational Guidance and Industrial Education. In: Survey 25 (November 26, 1910), pp. 319-321 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Continuation Schools. In: Education 31 (September 1910), pp. 60-62 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Davison, Ellison S.: History in German Secondary Schools. In: Educational Review 40 (November 1910), pp. 356-368 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Educate the Apprentice. In: Outlook 96 (December 24, 1910), pp. 887-888 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Industrial Educaton. In: Educational Press Bulletin. Illinois Department of Public Instruction (December 1910), p. 3.

Industrial Education. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Labor (1910) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Industrial Education Convention. In: Journal of Education 72 (November 10, 1910), p. 403 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Kramer, Emil: [Besuch von Dr. G. Kerschensteiner in Cincinnati]. In: Monatshefte für Deutsche Sprache und Pädagogik/Milwaukee 11 (November 1910), p. 283.

Lautner, John E.: Industrial Continuation Schools of Munich. In: Western Journal of Education 3 (November 1910), pp. 385-401 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Manny, Frank A.: [Besprechung von Wilhelm Münchs "Zukunftspädagogik"]. In: School Review 18 (January 1910), pp. 52-53 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Richards, Charles R.: Dr. Georg Kerschensteiner. In: Manual Training Magazine 12 (December 1910), pp. 178‑180.

The Meeting of National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. In: American Education 14 (December 1910), pp. 166-159 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Bennett, Charles A.: Dr. Kerschensteiner's Chicago Address. In: Manual Training Magazine 12 (February 1911), pp. 272‑273.

Bennett, Charles A.: Visiting Manual Training Schools in Europe, IX: Munich. In: Manual Training Magazine 12 (June 1911), pp. 467‑487 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Bennett, Charles A.: The Educational Work of the Chicago Commercial Club. In: Vocational Education 1 (November 1911), S. 122-123 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Bennett, Charles A.: Vocational Training - To What Extent Justifiable in Public Schools?  In: Proceedings of the Illinois State Teachers' Association (1911), S. 126-128 (auch in: Vocational Education 1 (1912), S. 258‑262) (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Cooley, Edwin G.: Training for Citizenship in Munich. An Industrial Experiment. In: Saturday Evening Post (April 1, 1911), S. 26-30 (als "Cooley Writes of Crafts" gekürzt auch in Chicago Daily News, September 12, 1911, S. 15) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Cooley, Edwin G.: Training of Vocational Teachers in Germany. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1911), Vol. 1, S. 389-417 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Dean, Arthur D.: Principles Enunciated by Dr. Kerschensteiner. In: Vocational Education 1 (November 1911), S. 118-122.

Dewey, John: Course of Study, Theory of. In: Monroe, Paul (Ed.): Encyclopaedia of Education.  Vol. 2.  New York: Macmillan 1911. S. 218‑222 (jetzt in Dewey, John: The Middle Works. Vol 6. Carbondale: Southern Illionois University Press 1978, S. 395-404) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Garber, John P.: Annals of Educational Progress in 1910. A Report upon Current Educational Activities Throughout the World. Philadelphia: Lippincott 1911 (u.a. Zusammenfassung von Kerschensteiners Boston-Rede, S. 357-359).

Gerwig, George W.: The Requisites of the Efficient Teacher in Industrial Schools. In: Proceedings of the National Education Association (1911), S. 722-728 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Hall, G. Stanley: Educational Problems. Vol. 1. New York: Appleton 1911 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Holland, E. O.: The Education of the Factory Child. In: Proceedings of the Southern Educational Association (1911), S. 198-205 (als Child Labor and Vocational Work in the Public Schools auch in: Child Labor Bulletin 1 (June 1912), S. 16-23) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Klatt, Willibald: Changes and Innovations in the German School System in the Last Decade. In: School Review 14 (October 1911), S. 523-533 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kreuzpointer, Paul: [Diskussionsbeitrag]. In: Proceedings of the National Education Association (1911), S. 728-729 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kreuzpointer, Paul: Industrial Education. In: Journal of Education 74 (December 1911), S. 594‑595 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kreuzpointer, Paul: The New Standard of the Present Day Industrial Education in Europe. In: School Board Journal 43 (September), S. 15-16 (gekürzt auch in: Proceedings of the National Education Association (1911), S. 740-746) (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Leavitt, Frank M.: The Boston Conferences on Industrial Education and Vocational Guidance. In: School Review 19 (January 1911), S. 57‑62 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Leavitt, Frank M.: National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. In: Manual Training Magazine 12 (February 1911), S. 278‑282 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Learned, William S.: An American Teacher's Year in a Prussian Gymnasium. In: Educational Review 41 (April 1911), S. 345-370 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Münsterberg, Hugo: The Germans at School. In: Popular Science Monthly 79 (December 1911), S. 602-614 (auch in American Patriotism and Other Social Studies. New York: Moffat 1913, S. 193-222) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1911), Vol. 1, S. 247-248 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Nearing, Scott: Social Adjustment. New York: Macmillan 1911 (Münchner Schulen, passim).  

Payne, E. George: [An Experiment in Industrial Education]. In: Report of the Superintendent of St. Louis (1911), S. 181-186 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Perry, Clarence A.: Wider Use of the School Plant. New York: Charities Publications 1911 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Rathmann, Carl G.: Vocational Training in Germany. In: Educational Foundations 23 (November/December 1911), S. 155-170, 228-239 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Richards, Charles R.: [Address]. In: National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. Bulletin No. 13 (1911), S. 176‑179 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Richards, Charles R.: Progress in Industrial Education During the Year 1910‑11. In: Report of the United States Commissioner of Education (1911), S. 299‑311 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roberts, W. E.: An Important Meeting. In: Manual Training Magazine 12 (February 1911), S. 271‑272 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Sadler, Michael E.: Introduction. In: Kerschensteiner, Georg: Education for Citizenship. Translated by Arthur J. Pressland. Chicago: Rand McNally 1911, S. ix-x.

Snedden, David S.: Continuation Education. In: Monroe, Paul (Ed.): Encyclopedia of Education. Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan 1911. S. 194-195 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Spranger, Eduard: The Significance of the Continuation School for the Educational System and the Educational Ideal of Germany. In: Educational Review 42 (June 1911), S. 1-19 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Welles, Mary C.: A Glance at Some European and American Vocational Schools for Children from Twelfe to Sixteen Years of Age. Hartford: Consumers' League of Connecticut 1911 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Wisconsin: Report of the Commission upon the Plans for the Extension of Industriall and Agricultural Training. Madison: State Printer 1911 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Bennett, Charles A.: Two Roads to Culture. In: Manual Training Magazine 13 (June 1912), S. 467-468 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Brown, George A.: Kerschensteiner Ranks St. Louis First, Editorial. In: School and Home Education 31 (June 1912), S. 414.

Butler, Nicholas M.: Dr. Kerschensteiner on American Schools. In: Educational Review 43 (April 1912), S. 428‑431.

City Club of Chicago: A Report on Vocational Training in Chicago and in Other Cities. George H. Mead, Chairman. Chicago: City Club 1912 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Cooley, Edwin G.: Vocational Education in Europe. Report to the Commercial Club of Chicago. Chicago: Commercial Club of Chicago 1912 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Cooley, Edwin G.: The Need for Vocational Schools. Chicago: Chicago Commercial Club [1912] (auch in Educational Review 44 (December 1912), S. 433‑ 450) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Garber, John P.: Current Educational Activities. A Report upon Education Throughout the World. Philadelphia: Lippincott 1912 (u.a. Auszüge aus Kerschensteiners "Three Lectures", S. 104-112).

Germany, Education for Citizenship. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1912), Vol. 1, S. 554-556 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Growing Belief in the Value of Continuation Schools. In: Vocational Education 1 (January 1912), S. 215-216 (Kerschensteiner passim).  

Horsfall, Thomas C.: Dr. Kerschensteiner's System of Education in Munich. In: Problems of Boy Life. Ed. John H. Whitehouse. London: King 1912, S. 174-205.

Industrial Education. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1912), Vol. 1, S. 145-148 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

[Kreuzpointer, Paul]: Growing Belief in the Value of Continuation Schools. In: Vocational Education 1 (January 1912), S. 215-216 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Leavitt, Frank M.: Examples of Industrial Education. Boston: Ginn 1912 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

McCarthy, Charles: The Wisconsin Idea. New York: Macmillan 1912 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Monteser, Frederic: German Influence on American Education. In: Monroe, Paul (Ed.): Encyclopedia of Education. Vol. 3. New York: Macmillan 1912. Pp. 60-61 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Richards, Charles R.: Industrial Education. In: Monroe, Paul (Ed.): Encyclopaedia of Education.  Vol. 3. New York: Macmillan 1912. Pp. 425‑444 (auch in: Monroe, Paul (Ed.): Principles of Secondary Education. New York: Macmillan 1914, pp. 642-662, 681) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roberts, Elmer: The Passing of the Unskilled in Germany. In: Scribner's Magazine 51 (February 1912), pp. 199-204 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Sachs, Julius: The American Secondary School and Some of Its Problems. New York: Macmillan 1912 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Talbert, Ernest L.: Opportunities in School and Industry for Children of the Stockyards District.  An Investigation Carried under the Direction of the Board of the University of Chicago Settlement.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1912 (Auszug auch in Readings in Vocational Guidance. Ed. Meyer Bloomfield. Boston: Ginn 1915, pp. 396-  ) (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Weeks, Ruth M.: The People's School. A Study in Vocational Training. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1912 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Beckwith, Holmes: German Industrial Education and its Lessons for the United States. United States Bureau of Education Bulletin No. 19. Washington: Government Printing Office 1913 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Brown, George A.: Industrial Education for the Sake of Citizenship. In: School and Home Education 32 (March 1913), p. 242 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Cooley, Edwin G.: Control of German Industrial Schools. In: Elementary School Teacher 13 (June 1913), S. 461‑468 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Cooley, Edwin G.: Professor Dewey's Criticism of the Chicago Commercial Club and Its Vocational Education Bill. In: Vocational Education 3 (September 1913), S. 24-29 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Cooley, Edwin G.: The Problem of Establishing Vocational Schools. In: School and Home Education 32 (February 1913), S. 214-219 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

DeGarmo: Charles: Principles of Secondary Education. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillan 21913 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Dewey, John: An Undemocratic Proposal. In: American Teacher 2 (1913), S. 2-4 (erweitert in: Child Labor Bulletin 1 (1913), S. 69-74 (jetzt als "Some Dangers in the Present Movement for Industrial Education" in Dewey, John: The Middle Works. Vol 7. Carbondale: Southern Illionois University Press 1979, S. 98-103) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Garber, John P.: Current Activities and Influences in Education. Philadelphia: Lippincott 1913 (u.a. Zusammenfassung von Kerschensteiners "The School of the Future", S. 118-122, und "Die Volksschule der VStvA", S. 158-160).

Germany, Continuation Schools. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1913), Vol. 1, S. 816-818 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Graves, Frank P.: A History of Education in Modern Times. New York: Macmillan 1913 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Hailmann, William N.: Adjustment of the Common School Curriculum to the Vocational Needs of To-day. In: School Science and Mathematics 13 (1913), pp. 382-391 (auch in Manual Training and Vocational Education 16 (November 1914), pp. 129-138) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kern, Walter E.: Vocation, Citizenship and the Grammar Grade Pupil. In: Wyoming School Journal 10 (September 1913), pp. 14-19 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

King, Irving: Education for Social Efficiency. A Study in the Social Relations of Education. New York: Appleton 1913 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

McGrath, Willam J.: History of Vocational Education. Ph.D. Diss., New York University 1913 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Nelson, B. E.: Vocational Education under the Wisconsin Law. In: School and Home Education 32 (March 1913), pp. 256‑261 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Payne, E. George: How Industrial Education is Controlled in Germany. In: Survey 30 (June 21, 1913), pp. 405-407 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Perry, Clarence A.: School as a Social Center. In: Monroe, Paul (Ed.): Encyclopaedia of Education.  Vol. 5. New York: Macmillan 1913. pp. 260-267 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Richter, Kurt E.: Commercial Colleges in Germany. New York: Chamber of Commerce 1913 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roman, Frederick W.: Control of the Industrial Schools of Germany. In: Elementary School Teacher 13 (January 1913), pp. 269‑273 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roman, Frederick W.: Control of the Industrial Schools of Germany Once More. In: Elementary School Teacher 13 (June 1913), pp. 469-474 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Royal Commission on Industrial Training and Technical Education:  Report of the Commissioners. Parts I and II. Ottawa: Parmelee 1913 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Shields, Thomas E.: Survey of the Field.  In: Catholic Educational Review 5 (February 1913), pp. 139-156 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Vocational Education. In: Nation 97 (July 3, 1913), pp. 7-8 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Wood, Arthur E.: The Problem of the Worker who is Unable to Earn the Legal Minimum Wage. In: Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction (1913), pp. 234-246 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Best, Robert H. and Ogden, C. K.: The Problem of the Continuation School and Its Successful Solution in Germany. London: King 1914 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Cooley, Edwin G.: Control of Vocational Schools in Germany. Chicago: Commercial Club of Chicago [1914] (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Dr. Kerschensteiner Praises American Educational System. In: Bulletin of the National Association of Corporation Schools No. 6 (August 1914), pp. 3-4. 

Farrington, Frederic E.: Commercial Education in Germany. New York: Macmillan 1914 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Germany, Continuation Schools. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1914), Vol. 1, pp. 739-742 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Gerwig, George W.: Report on Industrial and Continuation Schools. Pittsburgh: Board of Public Education 1914 (auch in Pittsburgh School Bulletin 8 (October 1914), pp. 238-242, Pennsylvania School Journal 63 (January 1915), pp. 291-294) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Glynn, Frank L.: Some Trade Schools in Europe. US-Bureau of Education Bulletin No. 23. Washington: Government Printing Office 1914 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Hollister, Horace A.: The Administration of Education in a Democracy. New York: Scribners 1914 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Illinois State Federation of Labor: Committee on Vocational Education. In: Proceedings of the Illinois State Federation of Labor (1914), pp. 45-54 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Judd, Charles H.: Some Observations in German Schools. In: Elementary School Teacher 14 (May 1914), pp. 437‑444 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Judd, Charles H.: The Training of Teachers in England, Scotland, and Germany. U.S. Bureau of Education Bulletin No. 35. Washington: Government Printing Office 1914 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Mathews, John L.: Dynamic Education. In: Harper's Monthly Magazine 128 (March 1914), pp. 616-625 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Report of the Commission on National Aid to Vocational Education. 63rd Congress, 2nd Session, House Document No. 1004. 2 Vols. Washington: Government Printing Office 1914 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Sisson, Edward O.: Moral and Religious Education. In: Monroe, Paul (Ed.): Principles of Secondary Education. New York: Macmillan 1914. Pp. 313-355 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Taylor, Joseph S.: A Handbook of Vocational Education. New York: Macmillan 1914 (Kerschensteiner, passim, mit Kerschensteiner-Photo). 

The German Teachers' Meeting at Kiel. In: Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1914), Vol. 1, S. 743-744 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

To Study in Munich. In: Vocational Education 3 (March 1914), 298 (auch in Bulletin of the National Association of Corporation Schools No. 1 (May 1914), p. 17 (Münchner Schulen, passim).  

Allan, Elizabeth P.: Some Impressions of Munich and its Schools. In: Middle-West School Review 8 (January 1915), pp. 20-23 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Book, William F.: Development of Vocational Education in Indiana. A Reply to Professor Dewey's Articles in The New Republic. In: Educational Administration and Supervision 1 (September 1915), pp. 419-438 (Book nennt Kerschensteiner nicht beim Namen, aber er übernimmt ganze Passagen fast wörtlich aus Kerschensteiners "Three Lectures"). 

Boone, Richard G.: The Social Phases of Vocational Education. In: Proceedings of the National Education Association (1915), pp. 837-841 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Cooley, Edwin G.: Vocational Education in Europe. Report to the Commercial Club of Chicago. Vol. 2. Chicago: Commercial Club of Chicago 1915 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

[Cooley, Edwin G.]: Vocational Schools in Illinois. Chicago: Commercial Club of Chicago [1915] (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Cooley, Edwin G.: Vocational School Control in Germany. A Reply to Dr. Roman. In: Industrial Arts Magazine 3 (April 1915), pp. 190-191 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Haney, James P.: Art and Industrial Training in Germany.  New York: Department of Education, City of New York, 1915 (auch in Annual Report of the City Superintendent of Schools (1913/14), (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Howe, Frederic C.: Socialized Germany. New York: Scribners 1915 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Judd, Charles H.: Psychology of High School Subjects. Boston: Ginn 1915 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Lapp, John A. and Mote, Carl H.: Learning to Earn. A Plea and a Plan for Vocational Education. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill 1915 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Leake, Albert H.: Industrial Education. Its Problems, Methods, and Dangers. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1915 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roman, Frederick W.: Control of the German Vocational Schools. In: Idustrial Arts Magazine 3 (March 1915), pp. 112-116 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roman, Frederick W.: Dr. Cooley and the German Schools. In: Industrial Arts Magazine 3 (May 1915), pp. 228-229 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roman, Frederick W.: Vocational Education. Its Dependence Upon Elementary Cultural Training.  In: Educational Administration and Supervision 1 (October 1915), pp. 546‑551 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roman, Frederick W.: The Industrial and Commercial Schools of the United States and Germany. A Comparative Study. New York: Putnam's 1915 (Überarbeitung von Die deutschen gewerblichen und kaufmännischen Fortbildungs- und Fachschulen und die industriellen und kommerziellen Schulen in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika. Ein Vergleich. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot 1910) (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Thompson, Frank V.: Commercial Education in Public Secondary Schools. Yonkers: World Book 1915 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Dooley, William H.: The Education of the Ne'er-Do-Well. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1916 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Gosling, Thomas W.: A Study of Schools in Germany and England in 1914. In: Report of the Superintendent of Schools in Cincinnati (1916), pp. 199‑215 (Auszug auch in Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education (1914), Vol. 1, pp. 740-741) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Harrison, Frank: Continuation Schools for Children of School Age. In: School and Society 4 (October 21, 1916), pp. 617-624 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Manny, Frank A.: [Besprechung von John Deweys] Democracy and Education. In: Survey 36 (August 1916), pp. 541-542 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Vocational Education, Report by Mr. Hughes. 64th Congress, 1st Session, House Document No. 181. Washington: Government Printing Office 1916 (Münchner Schulen, passim).  

Cloyd, David E.: Modern Education in Europe and the Orient. New York: Macmillan 1917 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Congressional Record, House: Vocational Education. 64th Congress, 2nd Session, January 2, 1917, Vol. 54, pp. 749-782 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Manny, Frank A.: John Dewey. In: Seven Arts 2 (June 1917), pp. 214-228 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Meriam, Junius L.: The Control of Educational Progress Thru Educational Experimentation. In: Proceedings of the National Education Association (1917), pp. 194‑201 (auch in School and Society 5 (May 1917), pp. 601‑606) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Shields, Thomas E.: Philosophy of Education. Wahington: Catholic Education Press 1917 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Smith, Anna T.: Demand for Vocational Education in the Countries at War.  Unites States Bureau of Education Bulletin No. 36. Washington: Government Printing Office 1917 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Smith, Walter R.: An Introduction to Educational Sociology. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1917 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Bizzel, W. B. and Duncan, M. H.: Present Day Tendencies in Education. Chicago: Rand 1918 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Gerwig, George W.: Schools with a Perfect Score. Democracy's Hope and Safeguard. New York: Macmillan 1918 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Inglis, Alexander: Principles of Secondary Education. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1918 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kandel, Isaac L.: Germany. In: Comparative Education. Studies of the Educational Systems of Six Modern Nations. Ed. by Peter Sandiford. London: Dent 1918, pp. 107-182 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Marot, Helen: Creative Impulse in Industry. A Proposition for Educators. New York: Dutton 1918 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kandel, Isaak L.: Education in Germany. U.S. Bureau of Education Bulletin no. 21. Washington: Government Printing Office 1919 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kandel, Jessie D.: Liberal Tendencies in German Education.  In: Educational Review 57 (May 1919), S. 399-412 (enthält auf den Seiten 400-412 eine Zusammenfassung von Kerschensteiners 'Deutsche Schulerziehung in Krieg und Frieden' (1916), wie sie in der Revue Pédagogique 71 (1917), pp. 505ff erschienen ist).

Business Men's Program. In: Wisconsins's Educational Horizon Vol 2, No. 4-5, (March 1920) (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Mackie, Ransom A.: Education during Adolescence. New York: Dutton 1920 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Meriam, Junius L.: Child Life and the Curriculum. Yonkers: World Book 1920 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Douglas, Paul H.: American Apprenticeship and Industrial Education. New York: Columbia University 1921 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Fitzpatrick, Edward A.: Genesis and Purpose of Vocational School Survey, Beginnings of Continuation Schools in Wsconsis, History of Continuation Schools in Wisconsin. In: Wisconsins's Educational Horizon Vol 3, No. 5 (March 1921) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Garnett, James C. M.: Education and World Citizenship: An Essay Towards a Science of Education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1921 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Osburn, W. J.: Foreign Criticism of American Education.  U.S. Bureau of Education Bulletin No. 8.  Washington: Government Printing Office 1921 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Yokum, A. Duncan: The Limitations of Progressive Education. In: School and Home Education 41 (September 1921), pp. 14-21 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Coe, George A.: A Study in Civic Training. In: The Pedagogical Seminary 29 (September 1922), pp. 205-231 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Federal Board for Vocational Education:  Munich. In: Part-Time Schools. A Survey of Experience in the United States and Foreign Countries, with Recommendations. Bulletin No. 73. Washington: Government Printing Office 1922, pp. 360-366 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Lyon, Leverett S.: Education for Business. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1922 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Hill, David S.: Introduction to Vocational Education. New York: Macmillan 1923 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Meyer, Adolph E.: The Doing School in Germany. In: School and Society 17 (March 31, 1923), pp. 360-362 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Oatterson, Edith M.: Continuation Schools in Europe. In: Vocational Education Magazine 1 (May 1923), pp. 700-704 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Roman, Frederick W.: The New Education in Europe.  An Account of Recent Fundamental Changes in the Educational Philosophy of Great Britain, France, and Germany. London: Routledge 1923 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Woellner, Frederic P.: Education for Citizenship in a Democracy. New York: Scribners 1923 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Almack, John C.: Education for Citizenship. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1924 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Keller, Franklin J.: Day Schools for Young Workers. The Organization and Management of Part-Time and Continuation Schools. New York: Century 1924 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Warner, William E.: The Control of the Continuation School. MA-Thesis, University of Wisconsin 1924 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Findlay, J. J.: The Foundations of Education. A Survey of Principles and Projects. Vol. 1. New York: Holt 1925 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Prosser, Charles A. and Allen, Charles R.: Vocational Education in a Democracy.  New York: Century 1925 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Anderson, Lewis F.: History of Manual and Industrial School Education. New York: Appleton 1926 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Demiashkevich, Michael J.: The Activity School. New Tendencies in Educational Method in Western Europe Critically Examined. New York: Little 1926 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Leonard, Robert J.: Changing Conceptions of Vocational Education. In: School and Society 23 (February 1926), pp. 153-159 (Münchner Schulen, passim).

Meyer, Adolph E.: The Arbeitsschule in Germany. In: Journal of Genetic Psychology 33 (1926), pp. 508-520 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Continuation Schools. In: Encyclopedia Americana . Vol. 7. New York: Americana 1928, S. 590-591 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Woolman, Mary Schenck: Trade Schools.  In. Encyclopedia Americana. Vol. 26.  New York: Americana 1928, pp. 754-763 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Alexander, Thomas and Parker, Beryl: The New Education in the German Republic. New York: Day 1929 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Cohen, I. David: Principles and Practices of Vocational Guidance. New York: Century 1929 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Klapper, Paul: Contemporary Education. Its Principles and Practice. New York: Appleton 1929 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Trumbull, Frederick: Guidance and Education of Prospective Junior Wage Earners. New York: Wiley 1929 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Wynne, John P.: General Method. Foundation and Application. New York: Century 1929 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Cohn, Dorothy R.: History and General Status of Continuation Schools. MA-Thesis, Boston University 1930 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Douglas, Paul H.: Apprenticeship.  In: Seligman, Edwin R. A. (Ed.): Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Vol. 2 (1930), pp. 144-147 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Kandel, Isaac L.: History of Secondary Education. A Study in the Development of Liberal Education.  New York: Macmillan 1930 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kandel, Isaac L.: Comparative Education. New York: Macmillan 1930 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Manny, Frank A.: Democracy and Internationalism. In: Appreciation (January 1930), (auch in John Dewey at Seventy) (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Meyer, Adolph E.: Education in Modern Times. New York: Avon 1930 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kandel, Isaac L.: Continuation Schools. In: Seligman, Edwin R. A. (Ed.): Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Vol. 4 (1931), pp. 313-315 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Meyer, Adolph E.: Modern Educational Trends. New York: New York University 1932 (=The Activity School, S. 1-6; School and Society, pp. 1-7) (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Person, Harlow S.: Industrial Education. In: Seligman, Edwin R. A. (Ed.): Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Vol. 7 (1932), pp. 692-697 (Kerschensteiner, passim).

Taba, Hilda: The Dynamics of Education. A Methodology of Progressive Educational Thought. New York: Harcourt, Brace 1932 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Kahan, Norbert N.: A Translation of George Kerschensteiner's Charakterbegriff und Charaktererziehung with a Translator's Introduction on the Application of George Kerschensteiner's Conception of Character Training by Modern Progressive Schools in Germany.  MA-Thesis, College of the City of New York, 1934.

Kandel, Isaac L.: Vocational Education. In: Seligman, Edwin R. A. (Ed.): Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Vol. 15 (1934), pp. 272-275 (Kerschensteiner, passim). 

Blauch, Lloyd E.: Federal Cooperation in Agricultural Extension Work, Vocational Education, and Vocational Rehabilitation. Washington: Government Printing Office 1935 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Miles, Herbert E.: Continuation School Anniversary. In: School Life 21 (September 1935), p. 4 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Amdur, Irving: A Critical Study of the Development of the School Organization and Pedagogical Philosophy of George Kerschensteiner. MA-Thesis, College of the City of New York, 1936.

Bennett, Charles A.: History of Manual and Industrial Education, 1870-1917.  Peoria: Bennett 1937 (Kerschensteiner, pp. 197-204, passim).  

Hanus, Paul H.: Adventuring in Education. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1937 (Kerschensteiner, passim).   

Keller, Franklin J. and Viteles, Morris S.: Vocational Guidance Throughout the World. A Comparative Survey. New York: Norton 1937 (Kerschensteiner, passim).  

Gunkel, Natalie L.: Origin and Context of the Pedagogy of G. Kerschensteiner in Relation to Contempary Experimental and Progressive Education.  Ph.D. Diss., New York University 1939.

Meyer, Adolph E.: The Development of Education in the Twentieth Century. New York: Prentice Hall 1939, 2/1949, (Kerschensteiner, pp. 124-125, 241-242).

Tonne, Herbert A.: Business Education. Basic Principles and Trades. New York: Gregg 1939 (Kerschensteiner, passim).