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ERIC Number: ED058352
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 417
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The Politics of Education at the Local, State and Federal Levels.
Kirst, Michael W., Ed.
The contents of this book are organized in three parts, the first of which is divided into two sections. Part I. Political Influence in Local Education Policy Making. Section A. Politics of education in large cities: "Schools and politics in the big city," Robert H. Salisbury; "Fiscal status and school policy making in six large school districts," Marilyn Gittell et al.; Section B. Politics of education in suburbs; "School government," Roscoe Martin; "Educational decision making in suburban politics," David Minar; "Politics without power," Robert L. Stout and Gerald E. Sroufe; and, "A suburban school superintendent plays politics," Lesley H. Browder. Part II. Politics of Education at the State Level: "Schoolmen and politics: a study of state aid to education in the Northeast," Stephen Bailey et al; "Michigan: the lack of consensus," Nicholas Masters et al; "State politics of education," Laurence Iannaccone; and, "The socioeconomic, political and fiscal environment of educational policy-making in large cities," Alan K. Campbell. Part III. Politics of Education at the Federal Level: "For the young, schools," James L. Sundquist; "The Office of Education and the Education Act of 1965," Stephen K. Bailey; "E.S.E.A. -The Office of Education administers a law, " Edith K. Mosher and Stephen K. Bailey; "The case for general aid," Albert H. Quie; and, "The case for categorical aid," John Brademas. (JM)
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Identifiers - Location: Michigan
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Elementary and Secondary Education Act