Social Education in the Twentieth Century

Curriculum and Context for Citizenship

Christine A. Woyshner (Redaktør) ; Joseph Watras (Redaktør) ; Margaret Smith Crocco (Redaktør)

Serie: History of Schools and Schooling 32

Since the birth of the republic, the aim of social education has been to prepare citizens for participation in democracy. In the twentieth century, theories about what constitutes good citizenship and who gets full citizenship in the civic policy changed dramatically. Les mer
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Since the birth of the republic, the aim of social education has been to prepare citizens for participation in democracy. In the twentieth century, theories about what constitutes good citizenship and who gets full citizenship in the civic policy changed dramatically. In this book, contributors with backgrounds in history of education, educational foundations, educational leadership, and social studies education consider how social education -- inside and outside school - has responded to the needs of a society in which the nature and prerogatives of citizenship continue to be contentious issues.

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