A volume in Readings in Educational Thought Series Editors Andrew J. Milson, Chara Haeussler Bohan, Perry L. Glanzer and J. Wesley Null American Educational Thought: Essays from 1640-1940 contains primary source readings from the mid 1600s to 1940. The goal of the work is to provide teachers, contemporary scholars of education, and policymakers with the most significant arguments made on the subject of American education during this time period. In this second edition of the book, the editors have included numerous new works that open up new possibilities for discussion, represent more wide-ranging viewpoints, and provide even richer context for making sense of American educational thought.In this essay, Haleya#39;s appeal to teachers to organize in unions derives from her belief in the responsibilities of citizenship ... who both influenced her thinking, in an attempt to demonstrate support for public schools and the teaching profession.
|Title||:||American Educational Thought|
|Author||:||Andrew J. Milson|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2010|