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Curriculum in Conflict book. The book ends with innovative perspectives on social and educational reform, a progressive orientation that provides an agenda for significant change.
Curriculum in Conflict book.
Curriculum in conflict: social visions, educational agendas, and progressive school reform Primary education in the Netherlands: a picture of a primary school. Beyer, L. E. and D. P. Liston. Curriculum in conflict: social visions, educational agendas, and progressive school reform. New York: Columbia University Press. Boland, . Letschert, J. and W. Van Dijk. Primary education in the Netherlands: a picture of a primary school. Enschede: Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development.
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Curriculum in conflict. social visions, educational agendas, and progressive school reform. Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-233) and indexes.
The Progressive education movement was an integral part of the early twentieth-century reform impulse directed toward the reconstruction of American democracy through social, as well as cultural, uplift. When done correctly, these reformers contended, education promised to ease the tensions created by the immense social, economic, and political turmoil wrought by the forces of modernity characteristic of fin-de-siècle America. New York: Teachers College Press, Columbia University. Destined to rule the schools: Women and the superintendency, 18731995. New York: SUNY Press. The ethics of multicultural and bilingual education. New York: Teachers College Press. Cohen, R. (1991) A lifetime of teaching: Real world stories from America's teachers. New York: Walker and Co. Cuban, . & Shipps, D. (Ed. (2000).