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The Shaping of the American High School 1880-1920 (Shaping of the American High School, 1880-1920)
Edward A. Krug
June 1969 by Univ of Wisconsin Pr .
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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Edward A. Krug. Get this from a library. The shaping of the American high school, [Edward A Krug]. LibraryThing Review User Review - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing. An essential source for The Shaping of the American High School 1880-1920 book of the American high school.
It gives considerable attention to the Committee of Ten, Eliot, and Harris and shows the relationship of the college to the high school. Vol. --A decade of transition --Toward the Committee of Ten --Dr.
Eliot's report --A sea of troubles --Harris, Hall, and Herbartians --The high school and the college --The rise of accreditation --Children of the plain people --Electivism and the end of an era --The interlude of vocationalism --Social efficiency triumphant --The.
Professor Krug's book, which is a historical treatment of changes in The Shaping of the American High School 1880-1920 book and practices of the American high school in the period (and the interminable controversy which surrounded such change) may well result in the "betterment of schools." The half-century The Shaping of the American High School 1880-1920 book separates Brown and.
Purpose of Schools in America, s - Goals of schooling in the nineteenth century “The goals for public schools established in the nineteenth century were: reducing political and social unrest by teaching future citizens a common set of political values and patriotism.
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In fact, social efficiency was a term so pervasive in US educational thought during the first decades of the 20th century that Edward A.
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United States population data from the U.S. Census Records. The report on the “High School Movement” was written by Elmer Ellsworth Brown U.S. Bureau of Education, Report of the Commissioner of Education for the Year– Krug, Shaping of Cited by: However, Edward Krug's survey of the history of the American High School identifies to as the era that gave rise to the shape and structure seen today, not the 's.
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High school teachers wrote the new biology texts, and the biology syllabi were adapted to the developmental needs of students who would be in the earlier grades. The content of the course was more practical, was related to everyday life, and included such topics as.
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