Elsie Ripley Clapp (1879-1965): Her Life and the Community School

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P. Lang, 2004 - Education - 309 pages
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Clapp believed she understood John Dewey's concept of democratic community and tried to apply it by developing what she termed the socially functioning community school, says Stack (social and cultural foundations, West Virginia U.), but she was by no means simply parroting him. He offers a biography of her to help students of progressive education

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Hicks Street Brooklyn Heights
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Growing Up Adolescence
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Vassar College 18991903
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The Author: Sam F. Stack, Jr. is Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Foundations at West Virginia University. He received his Ph.D. in social and cultural foundations of education from the University of South Carolina. He has published widely in professional journals and in various monographs chronicling the history of progressive education and the applications of John Dewey's thought.

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