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In this paper, I shall try to consider school and education from viewpoints of three important philosophers of education: Herbart's science of teaching and pedagogy, St. Augustine's theory of the trinity,J. Dewey's theory of human nature, to review their philosophizing about education, and to inquire its implications for school and education in the unteachable time. But I will not describe the nature of the "Unteachable," explain why it is hard to teach, and explore how students learn. To sum up:1) The concept of educating instruction(teaching): A science of teaching can't be a science of education (pedagogy)(J. F. Herbart);2) The theory of trinity in education(learning): Memory, will and understanding in education are not three vital functions but one(St. Augustine). 3) The theory of human nature and education: If we organize and generalize the ideal home, we have the ideal school(John Dewey).