Founding Mothers and Others: Women Educational Leaders During the Progressive Era by A. SadovnikFounding Mothers and Others: Women Educational Leaders During the Progressive Era by A. Sadovnik

Founding Mothers and Others: Women Educational Leaders During the Progressive Era

EditorA. Sadovnik

Paperback | August 16, 2002

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Interest in progressive education and feminist pedagogy has gained a significant following in current educational reform circles. Founding Mothers and Others examines the female founders of progressive schools and other female educational leaders in the early twentieth century and their schools or educational movements. All of the women led remarkable lives and their legacies are embedded in education today. The book examines the lessons to be learned from their work and their lives. The book also analyzes whether their leadership styles support contemporary feminist theories of leadership that argue women administrators tend to be more inclusive, democratic, and caring than male administrators. Through an examination of these women, this book looks critically at the ways in which the leaders’ administrative styles and behaviors lend support to feminist claims.
Alan R. Sadovnik is Professor of Education and Sociology and Chair of the Department of Education and Academic Foundations at Rutgers University-Newark. He is the editor (with Susan Semel) of “Schools of Tomorrow,” Schools of Today.Susan F. Semel is Associate Professor in the School of Education at the City College of New York. She is...
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Title:Founding Mothers and Others: Women Educational Leaders During the Progressive EraFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.03 inPublished:August 16, 2002Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0312295022

ISBN - 13:9780312295028

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Table of Contents

Introduction--Alan R. Sadovnik and Susan F. Semel * Charlotte Hawkins Brown and the Palmer Institute--Katharine C. Reynolds * Marietta Johnson and the Organic School--Joseph W. Newman * Margaret Naumburg and the Walden School--Blythe Hinitz * Caroline Pratt and the City and Country School--Mary Hauser * Helen Parkhurst and the Dalton School--Susan F. Semel * Elsie Ripley Clapp and the Arthurdale Schools--Sam Stack * Carmelita Hinton and the Putney School--Susan Lloyd * Flora Cooke and the Francis Parker School--Gail Kroepel * Margaret Haley: Progressive Education and the Teacher--Kate Rousmaniere * Ella Flagg Young and the Chicago Schools--Jackie M. Blount * Laura Bragg and the Charlotte Museum--Louise Anderson Allen * Charl Williams and the National Education Association--Wayne J. Urban * Margaret Willis and the Ohio State University School--Craig Kridel * From Susan Isaacs to Lillian Weber and Deborah Meier: A Progressive Legacy in England and the U.S.--Jody Hall * Conclusion--Alan R. Sadovnik and Susan F. Semel

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". . .This book is a valuable contribution to our understanding of the history of progressive education . . . [this book] would serve educational foundations and educational courses well."--Lynne M. Getz, Appalachain State University

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