2013 Program

HELP OR HINDRANCE? CHALLENGES, NEGOTIATIONS, AND COMPROMISES TO FORGING SCHOOL PRACTICES FOR A MULTIRACIAL SOCIETY IN TWENTIETH CENTURY AMERICA

  • Calhoun

Chair/Discussant: Jon Hale, College of Charleston

“What is the Use of Trying to Teach Anything that Cannot be Made Real?”: Exploring Social Studies Teaching Practices Advocated in the Southern Workman and Hampton School Record, 1900-1930

   Annmarie Valdes, Loyola University Chicago

“Why Are You Sacrificing Your Children?”: Obstacles to Education Reform in Mississippi and the Transition to a Unitary System, 1963-1982

   Kevin Boland Johnson, Mississippi State University

“From Where We Are Most Needed”: Mandatory Teacher Integration in the Los Angeles Unified School District, 1976-1982

   Teresa Frizell, University of Washington