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Author: Maris A. Vinovskis,Carl F. Kaestle
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Title: Education and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Massachusetts
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Reissue edition (March 12, 2009)
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Education and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Massachusetts by Maris A. Vinovskis,Carl F. Kaestle



Personal Name: Kaestle, Carl F. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge ; New York Bibliography: p. 336-344. Geographic Name: Massachusetts Social conditions History. Personal Name: Vinovskis, Maris, joint author. Rubrics: Education Massachusetts History. ISBN: 3631495269 Author: Bernhard, Armin.

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Vinovskis, Maris A. 2003. Historical perspectives on adolescent pregnancy and education in the United States. The History of the Family, Vol. 8, Issue. This important contribution to scholarship in social science history examines the development of public education in nineteenth-century Massachusetts. In recent years a social history perspective has emerged that stresses the socioeconomic influences that tie education to other institutions and processes in society rather than to political ideals. Understanding How Structure and Agency Influence Education Policy Implementation and Organizational Change. Rigby et al. The Role of Teacher Leadership in How Principals Influence Classroom Instruction and Student Learning. Sebastian et al. What’s Policy Got to Do with It?

Carl Kaestle's and Maris Vinovskis's study is firmly grounded in this newer perspective. Kaestle is University Professor Emeritus in the Departments of Education, History, and Public Policy at Brown University

Carl Kaestle's and Maris Vinovskis's study is firmly grounded in this newer perspective. However, their work questions the adequacy of any single-factor explanation of the broad educational changes that occurred during this period - whether it be the emergence of factory production or the broader concept of modernization. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

and social change in two nineteenth-century Massachusetts communities; 7. Trends in educational funding and expenditures; 8. The politics of educational reform in ry Massachusetts; 9. Conclusion: the triumph of a state school system. Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Education - Massachusetts - History. Massachusetts - Social conditions - 19th century.

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This important contribution to scholarship in social science history examines the development of public education in nineteenth-century Massachusetts. Until the 1950s educational historians emphasized the relationship of schooling to the political system and the development of a common American culture. In recent years a social history perspective has emerged that stresses the socioeconomic influences that tie education to other institutions and processes in society rather than to political ideals. Carl Kaestle's and Maris Vinovskis's study is firmly grounded in this newer perspective. However, their work questions the adequacy of any single-factor explanation of the broad educational changes that occurred during this period - whether it be the emergence of factory production or the broader concept of modernization. They argue that these educational changes were the result of the complex interaction of cultural, demographic and economic variables operating in varying ways in different communities over time. Ethnicity, religion, urban status, the occupational structure, income distribution and wealth of the community all emerge as significant factors in this interaction.