New Education Fellowship

New Education Fellowship, an international organization dedicated to the ideals of progressive education. It was established in 1921 by Beatrice Ensor, founder of a progressive school in Letchworth, England, and several colleagues. The fellowship spread its philosophy through such journals as The New Era (now The New Era in Education) in England and Progressive Education in the United States. It is now known as the World Education Fellowship.

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