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010    2001022716 
020    0801333148 
020    9780801333149 
035    (OCoLC)46640738 
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050 00 LA205|b.H52 2002 
082 00 370/.973|221 
245 00 Historical documents in American education /|cedited with 
       introductions by Tony W. Johnson, Ronald F. Reed. 
264  1 Boston :|bAllyn & Bacon,|c[2002] 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    xi, 243 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
650  0 Education|zUnited States|xHistory|vSources.|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2009102540 
700 1  Johnson, Tony W.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n84008989 
700 1  Reed, Ronald F.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n82220623 
970 01 |tPreface 
970 11 |lPt. 1|tReligion and Education: Its Roots and Continuing 
       Legacy|p1 
970 12 |l1|tThe Biblical Commonwealth|p3 
970 13 |tMassachusetts School Law of 1642|p5 
970 13 |tViolation by the Town of Topsfield of the Massachusetts 
       School Law of 1642 (1668)|p6 
970 13 |tMassachusetts School of Law of 1647|p7 
970 13 |tConnecticut School Law of 1650|p7 
970 13 |tJohn Eliot Requests a College for Massachusetts Bay 
       (1636)|p8 
970 13 |tDescription of the Founding of Harvard College (1636)|p9
970 13 |tSelections from the Earliest Extant Copy of the New 
       England Primer (1727)|p10 
970 13 |tMichael Wigglesworth, "The Day of Doom" (1662)|p13 
970 12 |l2|tEducation as the Safeguard of Liberty|p19 
970 13 |tThomas Jefferson on His Own Education (c. 1760)|p20 
970 13 |tThomas Jefferson's Bill for the More General Diffusion 
       of Knowledge" (1779)|p21 
970 13 |tThomas Jefferson's "Bill for Establishing Religious 
       Freedom" (1779)|p27 
970 12 |l3|tReligion and the Schools: Conflicting Values|p29 
970 13 |tThe Amendments to the United States Constitution|p30 
970 12 |l4|tCompulsion, Religion, and the Schools: The Free 
       Exercise Clause|p38 
970 13 |tDecision on the Constitutional Right to Operate a 
       Religious School (1925)|p40 
970 13 |tDecision on Mandatory Saluting of the Flag (1940)|p41 
970 13 |tDecision on Mandatory Saluting of the Flag (1943)|p45 
970 12 |l5|tReligion and the Schools: The Establishment Clause
       |p52 
970 13 |tDecision on Released Time for Religious Instruction on 
       School Premises (1948)|p53 
970 13 |tDecision on Recitation of Prayers in Public Schools 
       (1962)|p57 
970 13 |tDecision on Bible Reading in the Public Schools (1963)
       |p61 
970 11 |lPt. 2|tLocal versus Centralized Control of Schooling: 
       Past and Present|p65 
970 12 |l6|tThe District School and Noah Webster's United States
       |p67 
970 13 |tDescription of a District School in Union County, 
       Pennsylvania (1857)|p70 
970 13 |tNoah Webster Urges Reform of Spelling (1789)|p71 
970 13 |tNoah Webster on the Necessity for an American Language 
       (1789)|p74 
970 12 |l7|tHorace Mann and the Common School Crusade|p79 
970 13 |tSenator Daniel Webster on the Schools as a "Wise and 
       Liberal System of Police" (1820)|p81 
970 13 |tHorace Mann's Thoughts on Being Chosen Secretary of the 
       Massachusetts Board of Education (1837)|p81 
970 13 |tHenry Barnard on the Needs of the Connecticut Common 
       Schools (1839)|p84 
970 12 |l8|tThe "One Best System" and the Feminization of the 
       Teaching Profession|p87 
970 13 |tHorace Mann's Twelfth Annual Report (1848)|p88 
970 13 |tThe Superiority of Women as Teachers (1846)|p99 
970 12 |l9|tU.S. Textbooks in the Nineteenth Century|p101 
970 13 |tGood Pronunciation with Moral Lessons from the American 
       Spelling Book (1831)|p102 
970 13 |tSelection from McGuffey's First Eclectic Reader (1853)
       |p104 
970 13 |tLesson from McGuffey's Third Eclectic Reader (1848)|p106
970 13 |tSelection from McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader (1879)
       |p109 
970 13 |tThe Lesson of American History (1859)|p111 
970 12 |l10|tEducation Vouchers: Parental versus Societal Control
       Revisited|p113 
970 13 |tOn Education Vouchers (1971)|p114 
970 11 |lPt. 3|tRetreat from Commonality: Education of the "Child
       Races"|p123 
970 12 |l11|tBooker T. Washington and Industrial Education|p125 
970 13 |tFrom: "Up from Slavery:" The Story of Booker T. 
       Washington|p127 
970 13 |tBooker T. Washington on the Educational Outlook for 
       Negroes in the South (1885)|p129 
970 13 |tBooker T. Washington's Atlanta Exposition Address (1895)
       |p133 
970 13 |tW.E.B. Du Bois on Booker T. Washington (1903)|p136 
970 13 |t"The Talented Tenth" (1903)|p139 
970 12 |l12|tPlessy and Beyond|p143 
970 13 |tThe Separate but Equal Doctrine|p144 
970 13 |tDecision on a Separate School of Law for Negroes in 
       Texas (1950)|p147 
970 13 |tSegregation of a Graduate Student in a State University 
       Ruled Unconstitutional (1950)|p150 
970 12 |l13|tThe Education of the Immigrant: Common or Special 
       Education|p152 
970 13 |tA Russian Immigrant in the "Promised Land" (1912)|p154 
970 13 |tLanguage|p157 
970 13 |tA U.S. Bureau of Education Official on Education and the
       Chinese Migration (1875)|p167 
970 12 |l14|tThe Brown Decisions|p172 
970 13 |tBrown v. Board of Education (1954)|p173 
970 13 |t"With All Deliberate Speed" (1955)|p177 
970 12 |l15|tAffirmative Action: The Next Step|p180 
970 13 |tThe Civil Rights Act of 1964|p181 
970 13 |tPresident Lyndon Johnson's Call upon Congress to Pass 
       Elementary and Secondary Education Act (1965)|p183 
970 13 |tEliminate Racial Discrimation Root and Branch|p185 
970 13 |tCourt-Ordered Busing|p188 
970 12 |l16|tEnter Bakke|p191 
970 13 |tThe Case of Reverse Discrimination|p192 
970 13 |tAffirmative Action Denied'|p195 
970 11 |lPt. 4|tContemporary Issues: Equity, Inclusion, and Abuse
       |p199 
970 12 |l17|tFinancial Equity: Local Control Revisited|p201 
970 13 |tOne Scholar/One Dollar|p203 
970 12 |l18|tMainstreaming and Inclusion: Out of Sight/Out of 
       Mind|p207 
970 13 |tThe Inclusion Revolution|p209 
970 12 |l19|tTesting: A History of Abuse|p218 
970 13 |tThe Psychological Method of Measuring Intelligence 
       (1905)|p221 
970 13 |tLewis Terman on the Theory and Practice of Intelligence 
       Testing (1916)|p224 
970 13 |t"The Big Score"|p232 
970 01 |tSubject Index|p239 
970 01 |tName Index|p243 
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