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History08 - Post WWII Developments Consolidation of...

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Post WWII Developments Consolidation of education during Progressive period. Rural school district consolidation Professionalization of teaching and administration Specialization of services through differentiated organizations Selection of textbooks Driven by professionals, not public
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The Phenomenon of Youth Culture Marketing to teenagers Wealth New identity—distinct culture
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The Cold War By 1950, began to see fissures in the wall of professionalism Questions about effectiveness of the education system The need to win the Cold War
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Politics and Ideology 1950--Joseph McCarthy 1953-- Rosenbergs electrocuted for spying for the USSR 1954-- Brown v. Board 1955--Montgomery bus boycott 1957--Sputnik 1959--Defense Education Act Fidel Castro in Cuba
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Scientific superiority Belief that US prevailed in WWII because of science (bombsight, radar, atomic bomb) National Science Foundation Science and math important to contain communism Schools not up to the job
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2011 for the course EDU 120 taught by Professor Timar during the Spring '11 term at UC Davis.

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