School's in: The History of Summer Education in American Public Schools

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Why is summer a time of leisure or work rather than schooling for most students in the United States today? Kenneth Gold offers a fascinating and complex account of the history of summer education that rejects the pervasive myth that summer vacation is a natural vestige of agrarian America and highlights an historic tension over the presence and absence of summer education in American public schools. School's In unravels the ideologies and politics surrounding the nineteenth-century demise of summer terms and the social ...

School's in: The History of Summer Education in American Public Schools 2002, Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9780820456577

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