Wang Maozu (Chinese: 汪懋祖; pinyin: Wāng Màozǔ; 4 March 1891 - 9 January 1949) was a Chinese educationist and philosopher. In the 1920s, he earned his master's degree at the Teachers College, Columbia University under the instruction of John Dewey, then became a researcher at Harvard University. Several years later, he returned to China and taught at Beijing Normal University, Beijing Women's Normal College and National Central University.
|Born||4 March 1891|
|Died||January 9, 1949 (aged 57)|
Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
In 1927, he resigned from National Central University and established Suzhou High School, based on Jiangsu Provincial No.1 Normal School. During the Anti-Japanese War, he was a professor at the National Southwestern Associated University.
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