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Abbott v. Burke (1985), 146
Academic community, 185–93, 229, 288
Academic freedom, 82, 175–81, 189– 90, 193–95, 203, 288
Academic tracking, 4, 65, 92, 160, 163, 287
Ackerman, Bruce, 8, 35–38
Adams, Henry, 256
Adler, Richard P., 241, 250
Adult Basic Education (ABE), 274–75
Adult education, 18, 270–81, 285, 288
Adult Education Act (1966), 273–74
Affirmative action, 179–80
d'Alembert, Jean le Rond, 259–60
Alexander, Kern, 140
Allport, Gordon W., 163
Almond, Gabriel, 75
Ambert, Alba N., 85
Amdur, Robert, 220
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 71, 79, 81
American history, 63, 65, 103–105
American Medical Association, 206
Amir, Yehuda, 163
Amish (Old Order), 27, 29, 44, 123
Amoralism, 53–54, 65, 125
Angell, George W., 84
Anghoff, William H., 198
Aquinas, Thomas, 28–29
Appiah, Anthony, 311, 314
Aristotle, 3, 19–21, 130, 286
Armed Forces Qualification Test, 275
Army Special Training Program, 274–75
Athenian democracy, 186, 286; higher education in, 185–86
Atlanta, Georgia, 235–37
Authority: basis of, 24–25, 135–36; conservatism and, 56–57, 61, 283; defined 16; democratic, 49–50, 57, 63– 64, 71–75, 126, 136–39, 192–93, 282, 288; education and, 3–6, 10–13, 16–18, 23–34, 37–40, 58–59, 63–69, 75–76; limits of, 20, 44–47, 73–74, 125–26; parental, 13–14, 28–34, 42, 46, 64–69, 75–76, 107–108, 126, 233–34, 249–50, 290; shared, 42–43, 82, 93–94, 110, 116, 122, 192–93, 288; students and, 71, 88–89, 93–94; teachers and, 76–82, 88–89, 93–94
Bailyn, Bernard, 15
Bakke case. See Regents of the University of California v. Bakke
Banfield, Edward, 259–61, 264–67
Banks, James A., 86
Barber, Benjamin, 80, 95, 238, 285
Barker, Ernest, 19
Bastian, Ann, 73
Battistoni, Richard M., 105
Baumol, William J., 257–58, 265, 268
Behavioral disorders, 148–51, 155
Bell, T. H., 159
Bennett, William J., 57
Bentham, Jeremy, 34–35
Berkeley, University of California at: and Free Speech Movement, 192
Bernstein, Basil, 163
Berry, Donald J., 166
Bible, 59, 102–103, 121, 180
Bilingual Education Act (1968): 1978 Amendments to, 85–87
Bilingualism, 41, 85–87
Bittker, Boris, I., 263
Blatt, Moshe M., 60
Blauner, Robert, 283
Block, Arthur, 167
Board of Education v. Barnette,294
Bob Jones University, 121
Bob Jones University v. United States (1983), 180, 205–206
Bok, Derek, 174, 189–90, 198, 209
Bolton, Roger E., 227–28
Book banning, 59, 97–101, 125
Borman, Kathryn, 112
Boston, Massachusetts: School Committee of, 169; South, 170
Bowen, Howard R., 223
Bowen, William G., 223, 257–58, 265, 268
Bowles, Samuel, 9–10

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