The Evolution of School Disturbance in America: Colonial Times to Modern Day


This work is a cross-sectional analysis of the evolution of school disturbance in the United States. Social and educational developments and the characteristics of school disturbances are examined in five periods: the Colonial Period, the Early National Period, the Common School Period, the Progressive Period, and the Kaleidoscopic period.


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