Readin' + Writin' for the Hard-Hat Crowd

Curriculum Policy at an Urban University

Serie: History of Schools and Schooling 21

Readin' + Writin' for the Hard-Hat Crowd explores the history of an urban public university from its conception in 1964 to the dawn of the twenty-first century. The reader views this place in time through the lens of the evolving nature of 171; freshman English, an introductory curriculum that began as four semesters of Great Books. Les mer
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Readin' + Writin' for the Hard-Hat Crowd explores the history of an urban public university from its conception in 1964 to the dawn of the twenty-first century. The reader views this place in time through the lens of the evolving nature of 171; freshman English, an introductory curriculum that began as four semesters of Great Books. The author, herself among those once labeled 171; the hard-hat crowd, received an undergraduate education similar to that experienced by her contemporaries at elite private colleges. Yet, while this school, once considered a poor man's Harvard, was founded with a mission to provide academic equity, the curriculum evolved to one that responded to pressure for relevancy and practicality.

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