A Good Idea Gone Awry: A Comparative Study of Jefferson's Bill for the More General Diffusion of Knowledge and Bush's No Child Left Behind Act (Thomas Jefforson, George W. Bush‪)‬

Journal of Thought 2006, Summer, 41, 2

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Introduction When it comes to analysis of trends and policies, educational historians have advantages over other educators. Educational history, as described by David Tyack and Larry Cuban, "provides a generous time frame for appraising reforms. It is not driven by the short-term needs of election cycles, budgets, foundation grants, media attention, or the reputations of professional reformers" (Tyack & Cuban, 1995, p. 7). Educational historians actively discuss educational reforms in terms of the contemporary's use of the past; they know that there is very rarely anything "new" in educational reform.

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Professioneel en technisch
UITGEGEVEN
2006
22 juni
TAAL
EN
Engels
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24
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Caddo Gap Press
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240,9
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