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The Limits of Federal Educational Policy

by Harry L. Summerfield - 1974

The direction and rate of change in education should be free to respond to social and economic change and should not be restrained by limited vested interests of well-established power blocks.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 76 Number 1, 1974, p. 7-17
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1364, Date Accessed: 10/28/2020 1:59:51 PM

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  • Harry Summerfield
    The Wright Institute, Berkeley, California
    Harry L. Summerfield is currently, resident scholar of The Wright Institute, Berkeley, California, and a research candidate at The San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute working on a study of authority and education. He is author of The Neighborhood Based Politics of Education(Charles E. Merrill, 1971). This article is based upon a larger book, Power and Process: The Formulation and Limits of Federal Educational Policy, The McCutchan Publishing Corporation, 1974, and printed by permission of the publisher.
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