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by Joseph M. Cronin

  • ISBN: 0669866113
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  • Author: Joseph M. Cronin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Imprint unknown (January 1, 1973)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1343 kb
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Joseph M. Cronin and Richard M. Hailer, Organizing an Urban School System for Diversity (Lexington, MA, 1973), 3–11, survey by Jeffrey Raffel, later director of the University of Delaware public policy program. The MACE released the report on October 1970. 26. Larry Brown, The Way We Go To School, Task Force on Out of School Youth, Boston, 1970. 36. Northeastern University, The Boston Public Schools: An Assessment of Governance, Operations and Finance, July 1991.

He wrote The Control of Urban Schools and Organizing an Urban School System for Diversity. Cronin provides us with a complete and compelling version of historical developments in the Boston Public Schools through most of the 20th century. While much ink has been spent on 'busing in Boston' and the history of the schools through the desegregation era of the 1970s, Cronin places this and other developments in the long history of the civil rights and education reform movements in Boston and the nation. Anyone concerned with the difficult work of reforming urban.

Publisher:Lexington Books.

ISBN13:9780669866117. Release Date:January 1973. Publisher:Lexington Books. 74 lbs. Related Subjects. Education Education & Reference.

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