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The evolution of school disturbance in America [electronic resource] : colonial times to modern day / Gordon A. Crews and M. Reid Counts.

By: Crews, Gordon A.
Contributor(s): Counts, M. Reid, 1970-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1997Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 151 p.).ISBN: 9780313388675 (electronic bk.); 0313388679 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): School violence -- United States -- History | Education -- Social aspects -- United States -- History | School management and organization -- United States -- History | Education | EDUCATION -- Organizations & Institutions | EDUCATION -- Administration -- General | Geweld | Scholen | Onderwijsmanagement | Schuldisziplin | Schulsoziologie | Geschichte 1776-1997 | Schule | Unterrichtsst�orung | Sozialgeschichte | Gewaltt�atigkeit | USAGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Evolution of school disturbance in America.DDC classification: 371.5/8/0973 Other classification: 81.01 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 School Disturbance in U.S. Society; 2 Colonial Period, 1600-1780; 3 Early National Period, 1780-1830; 4 Common School Era, 1830-1860; 5 Progressive School Era, 1860-1960; 6 Kaleidoscopic Era, 1960-Present; 7 Possible Solutions to School Disturbance in the United States; 8 Continuing Issues in School Disturbance; Bibliography; Index;
Summary: This work is a cross-sectional analysis of school disturbance as it has evolved from the inception of schools in colonial America. In their introduction, the authors provide a general overview of American school disturbance, the extent of their disturbances, and possible causes. They then examine the topic in detail, with chapters on disturbances in the Colonial period, the Early National period, the Common School period, the Progressive period, and the Kaleidoscopic period.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [139]-147) and index.

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Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 School Disturbance in U.S. Society; 2 Colonial Period, 1600-1780; 3 Early National Period, 1780-1830; 4 Common School Era, 1830-1860; 5 Progressive School Era, 1860-1960; 6 Kaleidoscopic Era, 1960-Present; 7 Possible Solutions to School Disturbance in the United States; 8 Continuing Issues in School Disturbance; Bibliography; Index;

This work is a cross-sectional analysis of school disturbance as it has evolved from the inception of schools in colonial America. In their introduction, the authors provide a general overview of American school disturbance, the extent of their disturbances, and possible causes. They then examine the topic in detail, with chapters on disturbances in the Colonial period, the Early National period, the Common School period, the Progressive period, and the Kaleidoscopic period.

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