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Origins of the Urban School

Public Education in Massachusetts, 1870–1915

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ISBN 9780674492868

Publication Date: 01/01/1971

278 pages

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  • Introduction
  • Acknowledgments
  • I. The Burden of Urban Education
  • II. The Kindergarten: Childhood and Social Reform
  • III. Manual Training: The Search for an Ideology
  • IV. Manual Training and the Restoration of Social Values
  • V. From the Principles of Work to the Teaching of Trades
  • VI. The Politics of Vocationalism
  • VII. Vocationalism and Equality of Educational Opportunity
  • VIII. The Quest for Citizenship
  • IX. The Shape of Urban Education: A Retrospect
  • Bibliographic Note
  • Index

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