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Hradsky, Danielle – History of Education, 2022
Contemporary Australian curricula require teachers to promote reconciliation through the teaching of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and languages. Engaging with First Nations knowledges and histories in education comes with a very complex and historically layered legacy. This paper examines the role of education in the…
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Policy, Conflict Resolution, Indigenous Populations
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Ashford, Holly Rose – History of Education, 2022
The Christian Council was at the heart of promoting sex education in Ghana in the mid-twentieth century, through its own institutions and through schools. It was responding to perceived and real shifts in Ghanaian society, and the need to control sexuality, as the nation pushed for 'modernity', whilst some worried about the loss of 'tradition'.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sex Education, Christianity, Pregnancy
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Czepil, Mariya; Karpenko, Oresta – History of Education, 2022
This article considers the theoretical principles of children and students' national awareness formation in the Ukrainian pedagogy of Galicia in the period 1848-1918. It defines two stages in this process: ethno-linguistic (1848-1904) and ethno-national (1905-1918). The later nineteenth century was marked by an emphasis on patriotism, the national…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Nationalism, Educational History, Patriotism
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Brion, Katherine – History of Education, 2022
The "Belle Époque" quest for a modern beauty (an 'art nouveau') extended into France's system of free primary schooling, established in the 1880s by the Third Republic to educate the popular masses. Design reformers' belief in the underlying unity of the fine and applied arts, and their growing emphasis on the importance of individual…
Descriptors: Educational History, Elementary Education, Design, Fine Arts
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Slate, Nico – History of Education, 2022
In the early 1960s, colleges and universities in the United States launched dozens of new pre-college programmes for low-income and predominantly African American high school students. Many of these initiatives were inspired by the civil rights movement. Moved by the sit-ins, marches and boycotts that had riveted the nation, a range of educators…
Descriptors: Educational History, Economically Disadvantaged, Self Concept, Civil Rights
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Lapot, Miroslaw – History of Education, 2022
This article sheds new light on the genesis and development of school supervision, and also on relations between teachers' milieu and inspectors in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, focusing on the experiences from Galicia, a crown land of the Habsburg monarchy, existing in the years 1772-1918. Drawing on Michel Foucault's…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational History, School Supervision, Inspection
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Power, Kelly – History of Education, 2022
The educational policies of 1860s Britain came into being as a result of the interplay between social, economic and political conditions, and the changing discourses of childhood and education that arose from them. While essentialised conceptualisations of 'the child' had existed since the early Enlightenment period, it was not until the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational History, Educational Policy, Discourse Analysis
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Smith, Joseph – History of Education, 2022
This paper brings together the ideas of three writers from the 1880s who argued for an enhanced status for history in the school curriculum. Although there is superficial agreement between the writers in calling for history to develop children's citizenship and patriotism, each conceives these values differently. Focusing on the teaching of…
Descriptors: Educational History, Citizenship Education, Patriotism, Elementary School Students
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Tocci, Charles; Ryan, Ann Marie – History of Education, 2022
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a novel United States federal education programme that enrolled nearly three million men during the 1930s and early 1940s. This public work relief programme provides a case study of the ways that masculine, eugenicist ideas concerning public education evolved from the Progressive Era through the Great…
Descriptors: Males, North Americans, Educational History, Federal Programs
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Ku, Hsiao-Yuh – History of Education, 2022
Brian Simon (1915-2002), a Marxist historian and educationist in Britain, was a leading pioneer in the comprehensive education movement. Although Simon's great contribution to this movement has been recognised by historians, the development of Simon's ideas and his actions in this movement have hardly been examined in great depth by previous…
Descriptors: Educational History, Political Attitudes, Historians, Criticism
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Venken, Machteld – History of Education, 2022
Establishing and implementing rules that would teach pupils to become citizens became a crucial technique for turning those spots on the map of Europe whose sovereignty had shifted after the First World War into lived social spaces. This article uses Arnold Van Gennep's notion that a shift in social status possesses a spatiality and temporality of…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Educational Change, War, Social Status
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Westberg, Johannes – History of Education, 2022
The nation-state remains fundamental to our understanding of nineteenth-century schooling, which is commonly referred to in terms of national school systems or national education systems. While nineteenth-century school systems were often national in scope and promoted with the purpose of creating nationally minded citizens, this article examines…
Descriptors: Educational History, Elementary Schools, Institutional Characteristics, Educational Policy
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Lockard, Joe – History of Education, 2022
This paper explores the representation and non-representation of slavery in US school textbooks from the late eighteenth century to the beginning of the US Civil War. It reviews the major readers, almost none of which mentioned slavery despite the anti-slavery sentiments of many textbook editors. The few readers that addressed slavery did so in…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Slavery, Educational History, Content Analysis
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Lillie, Karen – History of Education, 2022
This article explores elite international education in the late twentieth century through the case of the Leysin American School (LAS), an international boarding school in Switzerland. From LAS's founding in 1961 to its re-branding in 2011, broader geopolitical and economic frameworks shifted from a period dominated by the Cold War to one informed…
Descriptors: Educational History, Advantaged, Boarding Schools, Social Systems
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Hof, Barbara – History of Education, 2021
Drawing on historical epistemology and considerations on the function of scientific modelling, this article investigates how in the mid-twentieth century electronic and programmable animal models became tools for exploring the inaccessible ontology of the human mind. The article examines how machines have informed our understanding of the learning…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Learning Processes, Foreign Countries, Epistemology
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