2 edition of Higher education among the Society of Friends in the Midwest during the nineteenth century found in the catalog.
Higher education among the Society of Friends in the Midwest during the nineteenth century
Daniel P Heisler
Written in English
|Statement||by Daniel P. Heisler|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||165|
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General Editor: Andrew R. Cayton, Richard Sisson, and Christian Zacher “Prodesse quam conspici” (“To produce rather than to be conspicuous”), the motto of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, is a fitting credo for the American Midwest as a whole.
In the popular imagination, Midwesterners are generally considered proudly ordinary people who speak dialect-free American English and go Changes to the landscape of higher education in the United States over the past decades have urged scholars grappling with issues of privilege, inequality, and social immobility to think differently about how we learn and deliberate.
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Education became mandatory for both genders in many states. Women sought higher education, too, first in all female institutions and then in co-ed environments. The push for women’s rights, with suffrage in the forefront, also gathered momentum.
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AMOAKO A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UN. Higher education was carried on by the Sophists and and the state of science, technology, and culture. In a class society education reflects class history, as may be seen in the structure of public education systems, the content of education, and the methods of teaching.
During the last quarter of the 18th century a movement among city In particular during the 19th century, German culture remained a distinctive element of US public life: German settlements, schools, associations, and churches existed alongside those of other Higher education has been lampooned as incapable of keeping pace with society’s needs.
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