Patterns of Workers' Education: The Story of the Bryn Mawr Summer School

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American council on public affairs, 1941 - Labor - 158 pages

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Contents

The Development of Workers Education
9
Historical Trends
15
Within the Trade Union Movement
27
Outside the Trade Union Movement
39
Coordinating Agencies and Resident Schools
51
THE BRYN MAWR SCHOOL FOR WOMEN WORKERS IN INDUSTRY
54
From Bryn Mawr to the Hudson Shore
67
The Selection of the Student Body
83
The Summer Program of Studies and Activities
93
THE PARTICIPATION OF SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS WITHIN THEIR OWN COMMUNITIES
105
The Activities of Students in Upton Downton and Fluxton
107
Further Activities of Summer School Students
123
Evaluating the Past in Terms of the Future
141
A Selected Bibliography
149

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