Definition of Horace Mann
1. Noun. United States educator who introduced reforms that significantly altered the system of public education (1796-1859).
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1. A History of Education in the United States by Edwin Grant Dexter (1906)
"Martin, GH Horace Mann and tli Revival of Education in Massachusetts. ... D. Horace Mann an the Great Revival of the American Common School, 1830-1850 Rep. ..."
2. History of Education by Levi Seeley (1914)
"Horace Mann; FW Parker, Article in Educational Review, Vol. XII, p. 65 ; Wm. T. Harris, ... 1 Horace Mann was born at Franklin, Massachusetts, May 4, 1796. ..."