Don Bosco, Educator

Michael J Maiocco, Fordham University


Some may ask "Are Don Bosco's educational concepts of such a striking originality as to point to him as the founder of a new school or even render him immortal" or "Did he not assimilate many educational concepts then known adopting them to suit the need of the times? or "Is not his work to be considered as a happy realization or what circumstances needs and influences suggested to him, and which he later arranged, consolidated and developed thereby enabling him to achieve what many regard as miracles in juvenile character building.

Subject Area

Education history|Educational psychology|Education

Recommended Citation

Maiocco, Michael J, "Don Bosco, Educator" (1926). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29281847.