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The teacher's voice : a social history of teaching in twentieth-century America

Author: Richard J Altenbaugh
Publisher: London : Falmer, 1992.
Series: Studies in curriculum history, 17.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Anthology reconstructing the careers of 20th century teachers, emphasizing the parts played by crucial social, economic and political events and issues, the school organization and people who shaped  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Altenbaugh
ISBN: 1850009600 9781850009603
OCLC Number: 277145338
Contents: Having a purpose in life - western women teachers in the 20th century, Ann Vaughn-Roberson; the intersection of home and work - rural vermont schoolteacher, 1915-1950, Margaret K.Nelson; becoming the "new women" - the equal rights campaigns of New York city schoolteachers, 1900-1920, Patricia Carter; African-American teachers in Buffalo - the first 100 years, Phyllis Chase; female schoolteachers as community builders, Margaret K.Nelson; religious discrimination, political revenge and teacher tenure, Joseph W.Newman; one who left and one who stayed - teacher recollections and reflections of school desegregation in New Orleans, Alan Wieder; the social status of women teachers in the early 20th century, Patricia Carter; the complex vision of female teachers and the failure of unionization in the 1930s - an oral history, Richard A.Quantz; teachers and the workplace, Richard J.Altenbaugh; interpretive method in historical research - ethnohistory reconsidered, Richard A.Quantz; the history of teaching - a social history of schooling, Richard J.Altenbaugh.
Series Title: Studies in curriculum history, 17.
Responsibility: edited by Richard J. Altenbaugh.

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