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Gender, race, and the National Education Association : professionalism and its limitations

Author: Wayne J Urban
Publisher: New York : RoutledgeFalmer, 2000.
Series: Studies in the history of education (RoutledgeFalmer (Firm))
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Urban presents the NEA in its historical context, turning a fair and clear eye on this powerful and controversial organization, and using this context to both criticize and commend. The culmination  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wayne J Urban
ISBN: 0815338163 9780815338161
OCLC Number: 45437208
Description: xxii, 304 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Professionalism in Process: The Reform of the National Education Association, 1917-30 --
Ch. 2. Professionalism and Educational Equity: The National Education Association in the 1930s --
Ch. 3. War and Professionalism: The National Education Association, 1940-49 --
Ch. 4. An Exaggerated Sense of Accomplishment: The National Education Association in the 1950s --
Ch. 5. The Making of a Teachers' Union: The National Education Association, 1960-73 --
Ch. 6. Desegregating the National Education Association, 1954-78 --
Ch. 7. Back to Professionalism: The National Education Association in the Past Twenty-Five Years.
Series Title: Studies in the history of education (RoutledgeFalmer (Firm))
Responsibility: Wayne J. Urban.
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