Dewey's Dream: Universities and Democracies in An Age of Education Reform : Civil Society, Public Schools, and Democratic Citizenship

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“Academically Based Community Service: From Skeptic to Convert” (Beeman), 98
Academic Duty (Kennedy), 78
Academy created by Plato, 22
Action-oriented problem solving and learning: instrumental intelligence in, 25, 64; in preindustrial natural learning systems, 25–27, 29; in public schools, 85; reflection in, 25, 90–91; as theoretical basis of Laboratory School, 30–31, 64; in University of Pennsylvania and West Philadelphia community, 86–110
Addams, Jane, 33–34, 38, 44
Advancement of Learning, The (Bacon), 111, 119
American Association for Higher Education, 113
American Association of Colleges and Universities, 115
American Council on Education, 112, 115
American Journal of Human Biology, 91
American scholars, Dewey on function of, 51
Ann Arbor, MI, Dewey years at university in, 3–12
Anthropology courses at University of Pennsylvania, as community-service seminar, 89–92
Astin, Alexander, 83
Bacon, Francis, 41, 111, 118–19, 135n50; The Advancement of Learning, 111, 119
Ballard School, 64
Beeman, Richard, 97–98
Bellamy, Edward, 8
“Beloved community” vision for University of Pennsylvania and West Philadelphia, 107–8
Berlin Wall, fall of, 78
Blank, Martin, 122, 140n1
Bok, Derek, 83, 111–12
Boyer, Ernest, 83
Boyte, Harry C., 139n7
Bulkley Julia E., 14–15
Bush, Vannevar, 78
Bushnell, Rebecca, 9899
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 19, 46
Cahn, Steven M., 20–21

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