An Educational War on Poverty

An Educational War on Poverty

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This book analyses the parallel, different and related aspects of the discovery of poverty in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the role of education in the American 'war on poverty' from 1964, and in Britain from the appointment of the Plowden committee on primary schools. It examines changes in policy emphases, the relationship between research and policy, and the transatlantic interactions and silences involved. Based on archival and interview material the book offers new insights into the role of the Plowden committee in shifting attention from social class to poverty, and it discusses in both the American and British contexts the concepts and theories involved in the changing fortunes of the educational war on poverty in the 1960s and 1970s. An Educational War on Poverty represents a major contribution to the study of the recent social and educational history of Britain and the United States, and the range and depth of research, will make it an essential reference source for scholars and policy-makers on both sides of the Atlantic.Follow Through Program Manual (draft), 24 February 1969. Profiles of Local Educational Agencies or Communities Nominated for Follow Through (selected grant application forms), 1969-70. Bissell, Joan S., Review and Summary of theanbsp;...

Title:An Educational War on Poverty
Author: Harold Silver, Pamela Silver
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2006-04-20

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