Educational research, the national agenda, and educational reform : a history / by Erwin V. Johanningmeier and Theresa Richardson
- Johanningmeier, Erwin V.
- Charlotte, N.C. : IAP-Information Age Pub., 
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- Physical Description:
- xx, 496 pages ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Richardson, Theresa R., 1945-
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- Studies in the history of education
- The progressives, public education, and educational research -- Controversies over the origins of educational research -- Defining status and privilege in educational research -- Origins of public education and educational research : the common school -- Education as a conscious business : Herbart and the Herbartians -- Darwinism in the United States -- Child study, G. Stanley Hall, Arnold Gesell, and Lewis M. Terman -- Educational efficiency and tests : Daniel Starch and Stuart A. Courtis -- The laws of learning : the legacy of Edward L. Thorndike -- The mental hyiene movement : psychiatry Rockefeller philanthropy and the promotion of a medical model in educational research -- Nature-nurture controversies : institutionalizing interlligence as a variable in educational research -- Cultural lag : the Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial and educational research -- Educational reform and educational research in the post-World War II era -- The achievement gap : the Coleman report and its legacy in no child left behind -- The history of education as educational research : the national agenda and a discipline.
- 9781593117306 (pbk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 433-463) and index.
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