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The Failed Promise of the American High School, 1890-1995 (Reflective History Series)

David L. Angus

The Failed Promise of the American High School, 1890-1995 (Reflective History Series)

by David L. Angus

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Published by Teachers College Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Curriculum planning & development,
  • Secondary schools,
  • Social history,
  • High schools,
  • Secondary Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • United States,
  • Education,
  • USA,
  • History,
  • Secondary,
  • Curricula,
  • Education, Secondary,
  • Educational change

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9901339M
    ISBN 100807738433
    ISBN 109780807738436

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    This is a superb history of our public schools, one that is clearly and colorfully written. The literary style of the author contrasts sharply with other compar.   Fewer high school seniors in than in reported missing three or more days of school in the past month, and the percentage of 12th graders .


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The Failed Promise of the American High School, 1890-1995 (Reflective History Series) by David L. Angus Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book's conclusion about this past century is that differentiation in curriculum is undemocratic, and has been the source of American Secondary education's problem. That's why the title is "the failed promise".

Bad Side: It was written inkind of out-of-date. I think it did not recognize the benifits of differentiated by: The Failed Promise of the American High School, - David L. Angus, Jeffrey Mirel - Google Books This provocative new study of the American high school 5/5(1). The Failed Promise of the American High School, book.

1890-1995 book Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work examines debates about /5(10). The book's conclusion about this past century is that differentiation in curriculum is undemocratic, and has been the source of American Secondary education's problem.

That's why the title is "the failed promise". Bad Side: It was written inkind of out-of-date. I think it did not recognize the benifits of differentiated curriculum.5/5.

Buy The Failed Promise, of the American High School, (Reflective History Series) by David L. Angus, Jeffrey E. Mirel (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. University of California at Riverside David Angus and Jeffrey Mirel have written an ambitious and wonderfully thought-provoking book: The Failed Promise of the American High School, In a mere pages, they sweep across more than one hundred years of schooling, giving particular attention to developments in curriculum.

In their book, The Failed Promise of the American High Schoolauthors David Angus (education historian and professor in Education Studies at the University of Michigan) and Jeffrey E.

Mirel (also a professor in Education Studies at the University of Michigan) report that by the s, education aimed at the lowest common denominator become the norm in America's high schools.

Angus, David L., Jeffrey E. Mirel, The Failed Promise of the American High School, (Reflective History Series), Teachers College Press, Berliner, David C., Gene V Glass, Associates, 50 Myths and Lies That Threaten America 's Public Schools: The Real Crisis in Education, Teachers College Press, The Failed Promise of the American High School: By David L Angus and Jeffrey E Mirel Teachers College Columbia University (distributed by Eurospan ) pound; Professors David Angus and Jeffrey Mirel's condemnation of progressive education in the United States is of interest beyond North America.

As David Angus and I discovered in researching our book on the history of the American high school (The Failed Promise of the American High School, –), these curriculum policy changes led to changes in student course taking.

Between andacademic course taking dropped from 67 percent to slightly more than 62 percent. The Failed Promise of the American High School, by David L. Angus; Jeffrey Mirel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Jeffrey Mirel - AbeBooks Passion for books.

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He is the co-author with David Angus of “The Failed Promise of the American High School, ,” which was published in His most recent book, “Patriotic Pluralism: Americanization Education and European Immigrants,” was published in by Harvard University Press. The Failed Promise of the American High School –, New York: Teachers College Press.

[Google Scholar], The Failed Promise, 32 Angus and Mirel Angus, D.L. and Mirel, J.E. The Failed Promise of the American High School –, New York: Teachers College Press.

[Google Scholar], The Failed Promise, 74, Jeffrey Mirel is professor of educational studies and history, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

He is the author of The Rise and Fall of an Urban School System: Detroit, –81, and, with David Angus, The Failed Promise of the American High School, – ERIC - ED - The Failed Promise of the American High School,Calls over the last decade for national educational goals, high academic standards, and improved student performance represent the first sustained challenge to the dominant philosophy of schooling.

The book is co-authored by Jeffrey E. Mirel, professor and director of the Division of Educational Studies at Emory Univesity. Angus and Mirel explore the development of the American high school from to Their work is based on an analysis of school reform, course offerings and student course taking.

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Mirel. New York: Teachers College Press, 'This book will be greatly valued by aspiring educators who are forming their vision of the aims of education and by those open to re-examining the priorities that dominate policy and practice. The Failed Promise of the American High School: – New York: Teachers College Phillips, D.

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