Lives in Education: A Narrative of People and Ideas

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Index
Abbey of Poissy, 63
Abelard, Peter, 50, 63, 71-81, 108
Academic concept, 240
Academus, 21
Academy, of Plato, 21-22, 23, 25
Action Française, 383
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., 281, 285
Adams, John Quincy II, 281, 285
Addams, Jane, 286, 288, 297-298, 304- 305, 307, 309, 355
Adolescence ( Hall), 278-279
Advancement of learning ( Bacon), 154
African American education, 332-342
Booker T. Washington, 334-342
colleges, 263, 392
Fanny Jackson Coppin, 333-334
Malcolm X, 426
Reconstruction and, 263
segregation and, 283, 332, 337
of slaves, 332
Tuskegee Institute, 337-338, 339, 341-342
vocational, 333, 334, 341
W. E. B. DuBois, 389-390
Agrippina, 42
Aguiar y Seijas, 213-214, 215
Alberic of Rheims, 74, 78
Albert the Great, 88
Alcaeus, 6-7
Alcibiades, 15, 16
Alcuin, 65-66, 68
Alexander the Great, 26, 29, 45
Alexandria, Museum at, 45
Alianza Hispano-Americana (LULAC), 347, 348
Alstead, Johann Heinrich, 145
Altgeld, John E., 297
Ambrose, 49
American Association of University Professors, 291-292
American Dictionary of the English Language, An (Webster), 226, 227
American education
Catholic immigration and, 257-260
friends of education, 243, 248, 249- 251, 268-269
Horace Mann, 243-249, 250, 268-269
Japanese relocation and, 403-406
John Hughes, 255-262
parochial schools, 260-261, 268
religious revivals and, 239-241, 243
Robert Owen, 251-255
secularization of, 260, 262
Sheldon Jackson, 263-267
in western territories, 241-243
See also African American education; Colonial education; Hispanic American education; Native American education; Progressive education
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 299, 397
Americanization programs, 344-345
American Journal of Education, 190, 250-251

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Notes x
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One - The Greeks 5
  • Notes 31
  • Chapter Two - The Romance 33
  • Notes 55
  • Chapter Three - The Monastics 57
  • Notes 91
  • Chapter Four - The Humanists 94
  • Notes 121
  • Chapter Five - The Reformers 123
  • Notes 148
  • Chapter Six - The New Educators 151
  • Notes 196
  • Chapter Seven - The Americans 198
  • Notes 235
  • Chapter Eight - The Friends of Education 239
  • Chapter Nine - The Progressives 273
  • Notes 310
  • Chapter Ten - The Outsiders 312
  • Notes 351
  • Chapter Eleven - The Critics 355
  • Notes 407
  • Chapter Twelve - The Paradigm Shifters 412
  • Notes 439
  • Epilogue 443
  • Notes 445
  • Contributors 447
  • Index 449
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