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The Troubled History of American Education after the …

Details: From 1954 to the late 1980s, the rate of black children attending white schools rose tremendously in the South, from 0 percent in 1954, to 43.5 …

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African American Educational Traditions and the …

Details: The story that Charles Houston, Thurgood Marshall, and other colleagues told in court was not the only story to tell about African-American …

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From Devolution to DeVos: A Brief History of the Federal Role in

Details: The federal presence in education grew dramatically under Democratic President Lyndon Johnson. Less than three weeks after the assassination of his predecessor John Kennedy, Johnson signed the Higher Education Facilities Act of …

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It’s History of Education Month at Process

Details: This month, in honor of The American Historian’s February issue on history and education, Process will publish a series of posts on education history.What legacy has the Brown v.Board decision had for public education in the U.S.?What is the history of school privatization? We have posts planned on campus protest, social mobility, homeschooling, and …

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On Afrocentric History in American Education

Details: In South Carolina, legislators passed the “Educational Improvement Act” in 1984 that called for the inclusion of African American history into public education. Legislators in Mississippi passed Senate Bill 2718, …

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Education as Activism: The Voter Education Project in …

Details: By Evan Faulkenbury on March 9, 2017 Research. Basic Letterhead, Voter Education Project, circa 1962-1964, Reel 177, Papers of the Southern Regional Council. In May 1962, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating …

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The Future of Graduate History Education: The View …

Details: And so, we launched Crossroads with two purposes in mind: to dialogue on the issues facing history graduate education and consider the intellectual and real-world developments impacting the practice of history in …

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The Arts in the Public Schools: An Intellectual History

Details: William Torrey Harris, a Hegelian philosopher, superintendent of the St. Louis schools (1867-1880), and US Commissioner of Education (1889-1906), argued that in order to achieve true “self-activity” and discover her …

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For-Profit Colleges in American History

Details: During the final decades of the twentieth century, the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act facilitated the greatest boom in for-profit history. Institutions like the University of Phoenix began with a handful of students in 1976 and reached a peak of more than 450,000 students in 2010.

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It’s History of Education Month at Process

Details: This month, in honor of The American Historian’s February issue on history and education, Process will publish a series of posts on education history.What legacy has the Brown v.Board decision had for public education in the U.S.?What is the history of school privatization? We have posts planned on campus protest, social mobility, homeschooling, and …

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The Coleman Report and Its Critics: The Contested …

Details: For a few examples of the voluminous historiography on “learning for liberation” in African American education, see James Anderson, The Education of Blacks in the South, 1860-1935 (Chapel Hill: UNC Press,1988); …

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Betsy DeVos and the History of Homeschooling

Details: Education is, Biblically speaking, a family and church matter, not a government responsibility, and any attempt by government to regulate education establishes the false religion of “Secular Humanism,” a term Rushdoony appropriated and made into a popular critique of government schooling among Christian conservatives.

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Toward Black Higher Education in 1968

Details: In terms of higher education, 1968 was one of the most significant years in the twentieth century. More black students than ever before attended colleges and universities with an eye toward freedom. Just as civil rights as an issue pricked the consciousness of America, the Black Power Movement frightened many citizens.

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Learning from the Legal Culture of Gradual Emancipation, or, …

Details: The routine presence of enslaved or semi-enslaved black persons in any number of service positions offers an equivalent to the cheap labor that many of us rely on today. Alexander Hamilton lived neither in a slave society, as historians have understood that term, nor in anything close to a free society.

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At NARA: A Different Approach To Civic Education

Details: It will run through September 4, 2017, as part of our ongoing efforts to promote civic education through our various public programs. A banner listing all proposed amendments will run from the Rotunda, where the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence are on permanent display, down a hallway and around a corner to the exhibit in …

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Teaching The Past Through the Lens of the Present

Details: Beginning in 2009, Washington State University overhauled its general education system. In 2011, a new set of requirements emerged, the University Common Requirements, which focused on seven competencies for graduating seniors: Critical and Creative Thinking; Communication; and Depth, Breadth, and Integration of Learning; Diversity; Information …

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Using Objects in Teaching

Details: Education collections are separated from regular museum collections (the one people usually don’t get to touch) and are specifically selected so that they can be touched (and sometimes roughly handled by children). Some objects were ethnographically collected specifically for educational use, some are replicas made by Native American artists using …

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