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CONTENTS DIRECTORY OF CONTRIBUTORS GENERAL INTRODUCTION: The Public Schools as an Institution of American Constitutional Democracy, Jaroslav Pelikan INTRODUCTION, Susan Fuhrman and Marvin Lazerson Section I: Education and Democracy: American Schooling in Context 1 Patriotic Purposes: Public Schools and the Education of Citizens, Julie Reuben 1 2 The Governance of Public Education, Thomas Corcoran and Margaret Goertz 3 The Politics of Polarization: Education Debates in the United States, William Galston 4 Schooling Citizens for Evolving Democracies, Bruce Fuller and Arun Rasiah Section II: Teaching, Learning, and Working 5 Classroom Deliberations, Katherine Simon 6 The State of Civic Education: Preparing Citizens in an Era of Accountability, Michael C. Johanek and John Puckett 7 Working in Schools, Susan Moore Johnson 8 Youth, Media, and Citizenship, John Merrow Section III: Citizen Participation and Civic Engagement 9 Civic Capacity: What, Why, and from Whence, Clarence N. Stone 10 The Education of Democratic Citizens: Citizen Mobilization and Public Education, Wendy D. Puriefoy 11 The Elusive Ideal: Civic Learning and Higher Education, Matthew Hartley and Elizabeth Hollander Section IV: Visions and Possibilities 12 Agency, Reciprocity, and Accountability in Democratic Education, Richard F. Elmore 13 Demographic Change and Democratic Education, Jennifer Hochschild and Nathan Scovronick 14 School Choice and the Democratic Ideal of Free Common Schools, Paul R. Dimond AFTERWORD: Democratic Disagreement and Civic Education, Amy Gutmann INDEX
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Public schools -- Social aspects -- United States.
Democracy -- United States.