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Educational Reform: Retrospect and Prospect

by David B. Tyack, Michael W. Kirst & Elisabeth Hansot - 1980

Educational innovations from the mid-1800s are briefly reviewed and a framework for projected change strategies in the next decade is given. (Source: ERIC)

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 81 Number 3, 1980, p. 253-269
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1030, Date Accessed: 6/14/2021 1:41:18 PM

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  • David Tyack
    Stanford University
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    David Tyack, professor of education and history at Stanford University, is currently working with Professor Elizabeth Hansot on a study of educational leadership and with Professor Myra Strober on an analysis of why teaching became a female occupation.
  • Michael Kirst
    Stanford University
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    Michael Kirst is professor of education, Stanford University, and also president of the California State Board of Education. A member of the National Academy of Education, Kirst is author of The Political and Social Foundations of Education.
  • Elisabeth Hansot
    Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio
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    Elisabeth Hansot is associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Kenyon College. Previously she has worked for the National Institute of Education and for the Senate Education Subcommittee. Her writings include Perfection and Progress: Two Modes of Utopian Thought and articles on educational and organizational issues.
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