altIgHistory of Immigrant Female Students in Chicago Public Schools, 1900-1950 examines issues of Americanization, immigration, and school response through the eyes of Irish, Italian, Polish, and Jewish immigrant female students - four of Chicago's major immigrant communities. One of the book's conclusions is that gender and the lack of opportunity to attend school affected educational attainment more than ethnic differences.When the Germans came, we were forced to learn German. We were learning all kinds of German songs. We were young kids. Young kids are easier to learn, and to forget, than grown-ups. Everything was just come and go, you see. Here inanbsp;...
|Title||:||History of Immigrant Female Students in Chicago Public Schools, 1900-1950|
|Author||:||Stephanie Nicole Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2004|