Marmee & Louisa: Temple School

Louisa May Alcott’s father, the philosopher Bronson Alcott, devised his own approach to education, which he experiment with in a school he created and with his own family.  At the Temple School, he worked with great female minds and innovators of the 19th century, including  Margaret Fuller and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody.  Includes excerpts from “Marmee and Louisa” by Eve LaPlante

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