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History teaching and political education

Derek Heater

History teaching and political education

by Derek Heater

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Published by Politics Association in London .
Written in English


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StatementDerek Heater.
SeriesOccasional publication / Politics Association -- 1
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Open LibraryOL19892316M

  During the last "golden era" of political history, in the s and s, the period of liberal consensus history, scholars engaged in numerous arguments that came from outside the guild. Some of the profession's giants, including Arthur Schlesinger Jr., wrote their books in a dialogue with political science scholarship about pluralism and. Chapter 7: The History of Civic Education in Political Science: The Story of a Discipline’s Failure to Lead. Michael T. Rogers, Arkansas Tech University. Today, there is growing concern in the United States over the decline in civic engagement, particularly among youth.

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Political Education ought to be required reading on Capitol Hill, along K Street, in policy shops, and in universities across the land.

In comparing the nation's capital to other American cities, a wag once said that in Washington, people *talk* about books but in the rest of America, people actually *read* books/5(3). Capturing the dynamics of black Chicagoans' political thought around education from the middle of the twentieth century until the present, this is a beautifully written book that vividly traces the historical trends, ideas, and often conflicting views of African Americans who struggled for quality education in Chicago.

This book is a must-read for anyone interested in contemporary debates about education.- Cited by: 2. Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality: A Brief History of the Education of Dominated Cultures in the United States (Sociocultural, Political, and Historical Studies in Education) Joel Spring/5(3).

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. The book covers the legal requirements for Bilingual education, gives pertinent court cases that have impacted the education of LEP studnets and gives an comprehensive history of bilingual education in the United by: The Politics of American Education is the main textbook for my online Political Science Class.

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sound education in political science. The central purpose of this article is to recon- firm that a familiarity with the history of political thought can contribute to political education in two main ways: it can develop in students the his- torical knowledge, and especially the historical sense, necessary to an adequate understanding of.

Her research and teaching focus on U.S. urban history, African American history, and the history of education. Her book, A Political Education: Black Politics and Education Reform in Chicago Since the s, analyzes transformations in Black politics, shifts in modes of education organizing, and the racial politics of education reform from the s to the present.

"Capturing the dynamics of black Chicagoans' political thought around education from the middle of the twentieth century until the present, this is a beautifully written book that vividly traces the historical trends, ideas, and often conflicting views of African Americans who struggled for quality education in Chicago.

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By presenting alternative conceptions of how to link political theory to practice and education, this volume inaugurates a discussion hitherto not often attempted by modern political philosophers. Originally published in Get this from a library. History teaching, nationhood, and the state: a study in educational politics.

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Education is political. Most educators stray away from that idea, but it is. In the curriculum and in the choices we make about what to teach and how to teach it, education is political. And, for the most part, our country’s curriculum is white (not to ignore the educators and programs out there who are teaching a more comprehensive program).A Brief History of Education One master in Germany kept records of the punishments he meted out in 51 years of teaching, a partial list of which included: ", blows with a rod, ,In a society that quite correctly expects education to serve useful purposes, the functions of history can seem more difficult to define than those of engineering or medicine.

History is in fact very useful, actually indispensable, but the products of historical study are less tangible, sometimes less immediate, than those that stem from some other disciplines.