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FOT: S&S-Innovators

Innovators in education

Argued that all children should learn together in “common” schools; overall his contributions led to a more egalitarian and democratic society. Some credit Mann with spearheading the most successful progressive social movement of the 19th century Horace Mann
the first Archbishop of New York;fiery debates between Hughes and members of New York’s prominent Protestant establishment helped to set in motion the secularization of American public schools John Joseph Hughes
Beecher’s aversion to the social expectations for women in her well-heeled sphere expressed itself early in the founding of the Hartford Female Seminary. Catherine Beecher
philosophy of racial solidarity, self-help and accommodation, advocated vocational education for African Americans as a way to teach his community the manual skills that would help them work their way up the social ladder and improve economic status Booker T. Washington
held that what African Americans needed was “real education” that would teach African American children “to know, to think and to aspire.”- debated B.T. Washington W.E.B. Dubois
Dewey’s School and Society (1899) espoused the notion that ideas should be grounded in experience; argued that education should be based on the child’s psychological and physical development, as well as the world outside the schoolroom John Dewey
Relying on new industrial management theory, Cubberley designed an administrative system for schools; as been criticized for his emphasis on efficiency and bureaucracy to solve complex educational problems(advocated complete state control) Ellwood Cubberley
head of the American Federation of Teachers; became a leader in the standards movement, arguing that social promotion offered no incentives for children to excel. Albert Shanker
The Supreme Court ruling in the case of Brown v. Board of Education was unanimous — the doctrine of “separate-but-equal” was inherently unconstitutional. 3rd-grader in the 1950's Linda Brown Thompson
organized the Mexican American Youth Organization, a vehicle for social activism. Later he established a political organization, La Raza Unida; introduction of a new curriculum that stressed Latino history and achievements, and bilingual education Jose Angel Gutiérrez
founded Central Park Elementary School (CPE), a highly successful alternative school emphasizing active learning; progressive philosophy created an environment of nurturing adults with high standards Deborah Meier
ounder of the Core Knowledge Foundation-leading voice in what can best be described as the “back to basics” movement; fact-based approach to education; approach has also been criticized for its Eurocentric perspective E.D. Hirsch, Jr.
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