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History09 - authority Redefining the State Role • State...

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Ideology and Politics: The Social Context of Reform Civil rights Poverty Justice
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The View of Schools Schools as engines of social reform Romantic and radical reformers Ilych and Summerhill Schools as factories, mindless, teaching obedience to authority: Death at an Early Age, De-schooling Society
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The Dissolution of Professional Hierarchies and New Configurations of Control The courts Federal government The role of the state Professional organizations Mobilization of new interests Redistribution of political power Realignment of political forces
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The Courts Expansion of rights beyond the Brown case Student rights Free speech: Tinker v. Des Moines Expulsion: Goss v. Lopez Handicapped students PARC v. Pennsylvania Non-English speaking students Lau v. Nichols Gender Title IX School Finance
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The Federal Government Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title I PL 94-142: Education of Handicapped The Lau Remedies: Bilingual education Broad and new expansion of regulatory
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Unformatted text preview: authority Redefining the State Role • State authority in the first half of the century – Establishing and enforcing minimum standards – Teacher training and licensure – Textbook selection – Health and safety – District organization • State authority beginning in the 1970s – Protecting the interests of individuals • Student rights • Parent rights • Categorical programs – SIP and others • School finance equalization • Teacher rights—collective bargaining • Oversight of federal policy and implementing federal programs Mobilization of New Interests • Breakup of the NEA/CTA – Splintering of interests – Interest groups organized around programs • Special ed • Bilingual • Title I Redistribution of Political Power • No center of control: diffuse and disparate • Power and authority centralized, but not concentrated • Realignment of political forces • Anti-institutionalism...
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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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