American Educational History Journal Volume 36, Number 1 And 2 2009

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J. Wesley Null
IAP, 2009 - Education - 488 pages
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The American Educational History Journal is a peer reviewed national research journal devoted to the examination of educational topics using perspectives from a variety of disciplines. The editors of AEHJ encourage communication between scholars from numerous disciplines, nationalities, institutions, and backgrounds. Authors come from a variety of disciplines including political science, curriculum, history, philosophy, teacher education, and educational leadership. Acceptance for publication in AEHJ requires that each author present a well-articulated argument that deals substantively with questions of educational history.
 

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Contents

Max Rafferty as California State
23
A Resuscitation of Gifted Education
37
The Role
53
Transforming the American Educational Identity After Sputnik
71
Kurt Vonnegut
89
June Overton Hyndman
105
The AAUP During the McCarthy Years
121
Central America
133
Reconsidering the Feminization of Teaching
219
VOLUME 36 NUMBER 2 2009
236
The Missouri Anomaly
255
WPA Emergency Nursery Schools in Texas
269
An Examination of Latent Threads and Themes
299
A Study
311
The Myth of Intercollegiate Athletics
343
Timothy Reese Cain
361

A Study of the Rockefeller
151
A Model School Alabama State College Laboratory High
171
Two Views on Mathematics
191
Teachers Lyceums in Early NineteenthCentury America
207
Military Drill in the Service of American Hegemony over
395
The Intersection
413
The Allen Wright Family
429
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J. Wesley Null is a curriculum theorist and historian of education at Baylor University, where he holds appointments in the School of Education and the Honors College. Null teaches curriculum and foundations of education in the School of Education and interdisciplinary courses on social science and great texts in the Honors College. Null is co-editor, with Diane Ravitch, of Forgotten Heroes of American Education: The Great Tradition of Teaching Teachers (2006). He is also the editor of The Pursuit of Curriculum: Schooling and the Public Interest (2006). Null is the author of A Disciplined Progressive Educator: The Life and Career of William Chandler Bagley (Peter Lang, 2003), and has published widely on curriculum theory and educational history. He is currently serving as editor of the American Educational History Journal.

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