History of Education: Studies of education systems

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Roy Lowe
Taylor & Francis US, 2000 - Education - 696 pages
 

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Contents

On the history of minority group education in the United
3
The evolution of school desegregation policy 19641978 1978
20
Race meritocracy and the American academy during
32
A Different Reality education and the racialization of
103
Australian immigration ethnicity and education 1991
117
Temperance eugenics and education in Australia
131
That history is more a part of the present than it ever
153
from Britain to British
171
National Socialism and the educated elite in the Weimar
293
Historical and comparative remarks on the federal principle
312
PART XXII
351
the case
411
Swedish grammar
435
Social stratification and nineteenthcentury English urban
454
Efficiency stupidity and class conflict in South Australian
475
a comparative
495

Education in British coloniaI Africa 19191939 1986
183
evangelical athletes
194
precepts
214
school attendance and social structure
237
Education for the sciencebased industrial state? The case
267
The Decline of the German Mandarins after twentyfive years
279
UnionistProtestant reaction to educational reform
539
Bilingual education in Ireland in the late nineteenth
552
The development of Japanese educational policy 194585
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Index
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About the author (2000)

Roy Lowe is a Visiting Professor in the School of Educational Foundations and Policy Studies at the Institute of Education and he is Editor of the Journal of Educational Administration and History.

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