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Author: David N. Portman
ISBN: 0911012419
Subcategory: Education
Pages 221 pages
Publisher Burnham Inc Pub (June 1, 1973)
Language English
Category: Other
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How does the Latin American experience compare to reform processes in. .education professionals in government agencies. Future studies on policy framing may benefit from the rich spectrum of strategies.

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Higher Education in America is a landmark work-a comprehensive and authoritative analysis of the current condition of our colleges and universities from former Harvard president Derek Bok.

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Early in 1869, Eliot presented his ideas about reforming American higher education .

Early in 1869, Eliot presented his ideas about reforming American higher education in a compelling two-part article, "The New Education," in The Atlantic Monthly, the nation's leading journal of opinion. We are fighting a wilderness, physical and moral," Eliot declared in setting forth his vision of the American university, "for this fight we must be trained and armed.

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For evidence on the reform of elementary schooling, see Bowles and Gintis, Schooling, pp. 155–78. 29. Furthermore, enrollments were higher in rural areas than in urban areas during the period 1870 to 1930.

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The report of the National Commission on Excellence in Education, A Nation at Risk (1983), set the tone. American education was still aimed at broadening or raising the level of general provision, however, so neither programs for the gifted nor those for vocational education were treated as specifically as in some other countries.

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