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by John L. Rury

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John L. Rury
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Chapter 4 describes women and the high school culture during 1890-1930 and shows that a strong vocational impulse shaped secondary education, that most changes were concerned with meeting local labor force demands, and that for the first time a distinctive "female" curriculum emerged.

Chapter 4 describes women and the high school culture during 1890-1930 and shows that a strong vocational impulse shaped secondary education, that most changes were concerned with meeting local labor force demands, and that for the first time a distinctive "female" curriculum emerged. The final chapter compares developments in specific cities and describes how local economy and demand shaped educational policy and participation. Includes a statistical appendix on teenage school attendance in the late 19th century, notes for each chapter, and an index.

Education and Women's Work book. This book examines the transformations in women's work and education and assesses their effects on women from different social and cultural backgrounds.

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Understanding How Structure and Agency Influence Education Policy Implementation and Organizational Change. Rigby et al. The Role of Teacher Leadership in How Principals Influence Classroom Instruction and Student Learning. Sebastian et al. What’s Policy Got to Do with It? How the Structure-Agency Debate Can Illuminate Policy Implementation. A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of the Roles of Instructional Leadership, Teacher Collaboration, and Collective Efficacy Beliefs in Support of Student Learning. Goddard et al. The Aim and Scope of Civics.

This book examines the transformations in women's work and education and assesses their effects on women from different social and cultural backgrounds. ISBN13:9780791406175. Release Date:August 1991.

John L. Rury, Education and Women’s Work: Female Schooling and the Division of Labor in Urban America, 1870–1930 (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991). Nancy Beadie and Kim Tolley (New York and London: Routledge-Falmer, 2002);Google Scholar. Kim Tolley and Nancy Beadie, A School for Every Purpose: An Introduction to the History of Academies in the United States, in Chartered Schools: Two Hundred Years of Independent Academies in the United States, 1727–1925, ed. Nancy Beadie and Kim Tolley (New York and London: Routledge Falmer, 2002). RURY is professor of education and (by courtesy) . Education and Women's Work: Female Schooling and the Division of Labor in Urban America, 1870-1930 (SUNY series on Women and Work) Aug 20, 1991. RURY is professor of education and (by courtesy) history and African & African American studies at the University of Kansas. His published work has focused on questions of race, gender and social inequality in the history of American education, and related policy issues.

In women’s history, work has developed from a movement for inclusion of female experience in historical narratives, to a sociocultural approach that interrogates the meaning of gender itself. In education, work also has been transformed in the last few decades

In women’s history, work has developed from a movement for inclusion of female experience in historical narratives, to a sociocultural approach that interrogates the meaning of gender itself. In education, work also has been transformed in the last few decades. As early as 1960, the historian Bernard Bailyn wrote that he hoped to see fewer institutional histories or histories of formal schooling, as they tended to be written as though schooling existed apart from the culture in which it was embedded.

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This book examines the transformations in women’s work and education and assesses their effects on women from different social and cultural backgrounds.