Δευτέρα, 16 Δεκεμβρίου 2013

History of Education

History of Education


   Vol.42,n°5, septembre 2013

 
  • The grammar school at the Cathedral of the Canary Islands (1563–1851), Maria Jesus Vera-Cazorla
  • ‘Schools are no longer merely educational institutions’: the rhetoric of social efficiency in Ontario education, 1931–1935, Theodore Michael Christou
  • Education for liberal democracy: Fred Clarke and the 1944 Education Act, Hsiao-Yuh Ku
  • ‘Fratricidal warfare’: English-Canadian textbook publishers take on the Americans, 1970–1980, Penney Clark & Wayne Knights
  • Technology for all: turning a keyword into a school subject in post-war Sweden, Magnus Hultén
  • ‘Micro’ politics: mapping the origins of schools computing as a field of education policy, Neil Selwyn
  • ‘Photographers are the devil’: an essay in the historiography of photographing schools, John Hardcastle
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