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ERIC Number: ED474155
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Reference Count: N/A
American Educational History Journal, 2001.
Watras, Joseph, Ed.
American Educational History Journal, v28 2001
This 2001 annual publication contains 31 articles on topics germane to the history of education. Each year, this journal publishes papers presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest History of Education Society. After the "Introduction" (R. J. Taggart) articles in this year's issue are: "Origins of the American Federation of Teachers: Issues and Trends between the Two Great World Wars" (D. T. Martin); "Class, Race, and Curriculum in Small Pennsylvania Mill Towns of the 1960s" (B. Frey); "Textbooks for Confederate School Children Pursuit of National Identity during the American Civil War" (O. L. Davis, Jr.); "Elma Neal, 'The Open Door' Readers, and Mexican American Schooling in San Antonio, Texas" (M. D. Davis; O. L. Davis, Jr.); "Defense as Preparation: Houston, Texas, Schools Face the War to Come, 1939-1941" (J. Hammer; O. L. Davis, Jr.); "William Guardia: Who Does So Much for So Many" (C. Elam); "'The Medium Is the Message': Lloyd Reynolds and the Origins of Italic Handwriting in Oregon Schools" (R. Christen; T. Greene); "Why Did Social Studies Become Popular?" (J. Watras); "Give Peace a Chance: College Students Protest and the Civil Rights Movement, 1960-1975" (W. M. Davis; C. Dulski); "The Kaiser Child Service Centers: A Brief Report" (C. J. Anderson); "Analysis of Midwest School Attendance on the Eve of the Civil War: Study of Washtenaw County, Michigan, in 1860" (A. Vinovskis); "Effect of Enlightenment Thinking and Early Nineteenth Century Imagery on Twentieth Century Views of American Indians" (G. Noley; J. Smith); "The Struggle to Reshape the American Mind: Antidotes to Popular Images of Germans in United States Schools" (D. Witkosky; S. Hood); "Flora J. Cooke: Making the Secondary Schools Progressive" (G. L. Kroepel); "Teachers in America: At Odds with the American Ethos" (R. J. Taggart); "Reflection of the Past: Desegregation in Goliad, Texas" (R. Garza); "Drawing from the Past: The Chicago Art Institute and Chicago Public Schools 1879-1914" (D. Corcoran); "Flappers, Bathtub Gin, and Gangsters: The Nature and Purpose of Character Education in Two Curriculum Models" (K. L. Riley; J. Brown); "Using New Computer Technology for Oral History Interviews and Archival Records" (T. Fogg); "'There's No Place like Home': The Modern Home School Movement, 1980-Present" (D. K. Winters); "Historic Perspectives of Multicultural Education" (C. Young); "Paternalism's Reckoning in the Success of the Special Education Movement" (M. McKenzie); "Ellsworth Collings: A Re-Introduction" (A. W. Garrett); "Islamic History of Education in Uzbekistan" (T. Boyd; T. Owens); "'Phu Anuman Rajadhon' (1888-1969): On Knowledge and Learning" (J. Gasigijtamrong); "The 'Practicality' of Foreign Language in World War II" (L. Colangelo); "School Reorganization Act of 1961 and Its Impact on Pennsylvania School Reform" (B. Frey); "Reconsidering Paul Hanna's Content Sequencing Theory" (Y. Kim); "Educational Reform and the Unstilled Voice of Progressivism in the Twentieth Century" (J. Smith; C. Vaughn; D. Ketchum); "The Reform of Reform: How Business-Led Reformers Have Changed Their Tune" (R. Taggart); and "The Status of Social Studies Curriculum for World Understanding after World War II: 1945-1950" (S. Kim). (BT)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Historical Materials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Midwest History of Education Society, Cedar Falls, IA.