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by William G. Wraga

Author: William G. Wraga
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing (October 1, 2007)
Pages: 176 pages
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Alexander James Inglis's (1879-1924) transformation from an academic traditionalist devoted to Latin pedagogy to an influential ntalist and advocate of the comprehensive high school has received insufficient attention from educational an. .

Alexander James Inglis's (1879-1924) transformation from an academic traditionalist devoted to Latin pedagogy to an influential ntalist and advocate of the comprehensive high school has received insufficient attention from educational and curriculum historians. Inglis's career manifests important characteristics of the progressive era in American history

by William G. Wraga (Author). He served as president of the Society for the Study of Curriculum History and as Factotum for the Professors of Curriculum

by William G. The Author: William G. Wraga is Professor in the Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy, at the College of Education, University of Georgia, where he teaches courses in curriculum theory, development, policy, and history. He served as president of the Society for the Study of Curriculum History and as Factotum for the Professors of Curriculum. He is author of Democracy's High School: The Comprehensive High School and Educational Reform in the United States (1994).

Alexander James Inglis's (1879-1924) transformation from an academic traditionalist devoted to Latin pedagogy to an influential ntalist and advocate of the comprehensive high school has received insufficient attention from e. Inglis's career manifests important characteristics of the progressive era in American history

Inglis, Alexander James, 1879-1924. Education, Secondary. Publisher IN COLLECTIONS. California Digital Library.

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Alexander James Ingliss (1879-1924) transformation from an academic traditionalist devoted to Latin pedagogy to an.Ingliss career manifests important characteristics of the progressive era in American history.

Alexander James Ingliss (1879-1924) transformation from an academic traditionalist devoted to Latin pedagogy to an influential ntalist and advocate of the comprehensive high school has received insufficient attention from educational and curriculum historians. As an attempt to generate organizing principles upon which to construct a new, responsive social institution, his book, Principles of Secondary Education, stands as a quintessential manifestation of progressive values.

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Alexander James Inglis’s (1879-1924) transformation from an academic traditionalist devoted to Latin pedagogy to an influential progressive-experimentalist and advocate of the comprehensive high school has received insufficient attention from educational and curriculum historians. Inglis’s career manifests important characteristics of the progressive era in American history. As an attempt to generate organizing principles upon which to construct a new, responsive social institution, his book, Principles of Secondary Education, stands as a quintessential manifestation of progressive values. This fine-grained profile of Inglis’s work reveals nuances in the historic record that are otherwise obscured by high-level historical interpretations. An assessment of the utility of these interpretations for explaining Inglis’s career leads to a discussion of the implications of the record of Inglis’s work for understanding the progressive period and its prevailing interpretations, as well as to a consideration of the role of biography in historical research.