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- Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This comprehensive book is designed to engage readers in a story of curriculum and to invite them too identify with and participate in this important book. It illustrates how changes in American society and culture correlate with the American filed of curriculum studies and curriculum work. It contains five parts that focus on the United States; the first offers a backdrop for parts II-V, which present curriculum's journey through the last half of the 20th century. For educators and school administrators, and those interested in curriculum development.
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Table of Contents
I. CONTEXTUAL PANORAMA FOR CONTEMPORARY CURRICULUM WORK: 1897-1946.
II. THE RISE AND FALL OF CURRICULUM SPECIALISTS: 1947-1960.
3. Transfer by Eminent Domain.
III. RE-ESTABLISHING AGENCY AND AGENDAS: 1961-1969.
5. Transcending a Muddled Juncture, 1965-1969.
IV. RE-SHAPING THE CONTEMPORARY CURRICULUM FIELD: 1970-1983.
7. From Chorus to Cacophony.
V. THE UNCERTAINTIES OF CONTEMPORARY CURRICULUM WORK: 1984 to Lately.
9. Imagining the Post-Millennial Curriculum Field.
Afterword: The Age of Pluralism by Wilma Longstreet.