School and Society: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives: Seventh Edition

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McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Oct 10, 2012 - Language Arts & Disciplines
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Contents

Conducting Inquiry into School
4
Analytic Framework
10
Primary Source Reading
17
Why Jefferson?
24
Exchange hetween Benjamin Banneleer
46
Schooling in New England
52
An Exemplar of Reform
58
Building a Philosophy of Education
75
Brief Contents
251
Literacy as a Social
257
From Jeffersons
263
Functional Literacy
269
Schooling and Ideological Hegemony
276
Developing Your Professional Vocabulary
286
of Professional Control
305
Primary Source Reading
322

Chapter 4
82
Chapter 14
91
New Liberal Ideology
100
Deweyan Developmental Democracy
107
Building a Philosophy of Education 1 16
116
Developing Your Professional Vocabulary
123
Competing Ideological Perspectives
132
Anna Julia Cooper
140
Building a Philosophy of Education
148
Developing Your Professional Vocabulary 15 5
155
Booker T Washingtons Career
168
Building a Philosophy of Education
181
Assimilation through Scientific
194
Statements hy Three American Indian Educators
216
ames Bryant Conant
230
Building a Philosophy of Education
243
The leffersonian 11 Differentiated Schooling Labor Market
324
The Future of the Workplace
328
The Meaning ofa Liberal Education
335
A Critical View
346
Primary Source Reading
352
Inequity and Inequality
358
Ethnicity Gender and Class
373
Primary Source Reading
390
Chapter 13
396
Pedagogical Approaches to Pluralism
413
Diversity Equity and Special Education
421
Developing Your Professional Vocabulary
430
Schooling and LeaderShip in the 21 century
432
Notes Nl
455
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