Meier mss. 1927-2010


Meier mss. 1927-2010

The Meier mss., 1927-2010, consists of the correspondence and papers of education reformer Deborah W. Meier (1931-), who is frequently credited with founding the modern small schools movement in the United States.

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Louis Fischer (1896-1970) was an American teacher, lecturer, foreign correspondent, and writer. An expert on the Soviet Union, he wrote a biography of Lenin as well as one of Mahatama Gandhi. From the guide to the Louis Fischer papers, ca. 1909-1950, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Journalist; author and editor of numerous articles and books about the Soviet Union published from 1917-1969: Four of his books are: Gandhi and Stalin, Men and Po...

Ramirez, Antonio (person)

Goodlad, John I. (person)

Educator. From the description of Reminiscences of John I. Goodlad : oral history, 1984. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122376754 From the description of Reminiscences of John Inkster Goodlad :koral history, 1984. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122569767 ...

Cohen, Rita (person)

Gaving, Ayla (person)

Apple, Michael W. (person)

Flanders, Tamzen and Karl Kirchwey (person)

Fierman?, Karl (person)

Darling-Hammond, Linda, 1951-.... (person)

Allen Graubard (person)

McAdoo, Maisie. (person)

Saletan, Rebecca (person)

Clinchy, Evans (person)

George Wood (person)

Knowledge Network (corporateBody)

Kaplan, Susan A., 1951- (person)

Diane Ravitch (person)

Caldwell, Frances (person)

Greenwald, Susan (person)

Levin, Adrienne (person)

Nimkin, Jean (person)

Community School (corporateBody)

Glazer, Nathan (person)

Glazer (1923-) taught sociology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Nathan Glazer, 1968-1974 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973252 ...

Asker, Betsy (person)

Lilli Meier (person)

Jossey-Bass Publishers (corporateBody)

Hale, Sara J. (person)

Shekerjian, Denise (person)

Lowenstein, Dorothy (person)

Dillon, Sam (person)

Institute for Secondary Education Parent-Teacher Association (corporateBody)

Mandelstamm, Ann (person)

Cohen, Marshall (person)

New Schools Project (corporateBody)

Kirp, David L. (person)

Shatzkin, Karen (person)

Sarah Meier-Zimbler (granddaughter) (person)

Mississippi State university (corporateBody)

Graves, Bill (person)

Becker, Jerry (person)

Seletsky, Alice (person)

Center for Educational Innovation (corporateBody)

Maine. School Administrative District 63 (corporateBody)

Engel, Angela (person)

Rosenblum, Bea (person)

Harris, Philip (person)

Stake, Bob (person)

Ann Lieberman (person)

South Bend Community School Corporation (corporateBody)

Winnetka Public Schools (corporateBody)

Shute, Mike (person)

Heartland Area Education Agency 11 (corporateBody)

Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium (corporateBody)

Cecil Hunt (person)

Weintraub, Anita (person)

Pasternak, Blanche (person)

Mid-continent Regional Educational Laboratory (corporateBody)

League for Industrial Democracy. (corporateBody)

The League for Industrial Democracy (LID) was founded in 1905 as the Intercollegiate Socialist Society by democratic socialist intellectuals to bring "education for the new social order" to the nation's campuses, but its name was changed in 1920 to broaden appeal and better reflect aims of social ownership and democratic control of industry. In 1922 Norman Thomas (1884-1968; later the Socialist Party's head and presidential candidate) joined Harry W. Laidler as Co-Director. LID campaigned throug...

Jimmy Mansour (person)

Capitol Region Education Council (corporateBody)

Michigan State University (corporateBody)

Michigan State University was established in 1855, and by 1862, it stood as the nation’s premier land-grant university. Over the decades, the university has continued to be a model of what a land-grant university can and should do. As a university of, for and by the people, Michigan State University began a long tradition of empowering people through educational opportunity....

Rosner, Jay (person)

Sunshine, Tillie (person)

Jordan, Charlene (person)

Van Hoogen, Andre (person)

Coons, Phyllis (person)

Schanberg, Sydney H. (Sydney Hillel), 1934- (person)

Pete du Pont (person)

Branam, Judson (person)

Harvard Education Letter (corporateBody)

San Jose Unified School District (corporateBody)

Denise Richardson (person)

State university of New York at Stony Brook (corporateBody)

Samuel B. Gould served as Chancellor of the State University of New York from 1964-1970. From the description of Inauguration of Samuel Brookner Gould as President of the State University of New York, 1965. (SUNY Geneseo). WorldCat record id: 173818567 CURRENT FUNCTIONS. The State University of New York (SUNY) provides a State-supported system of higher education for the youth of the State. It accomplishes this through geographically dispersed college and univer...

McGee, Betsey (person)

Richardson, Lynda (person)

Thomas, Bruce R. (person)

Bellah, R. N. (person)

R. Brandt (person)

Bogen, Mitch (person)

North Country Schools (corporateBody)

Yale University. (corporateBody)

Association of the Bar of the City of New York (corporateBody)

Ford, Terry N. (person)

Stern, Robert A. M. (person)

Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP, is a 220-person firm of architects, interior designers, and supporting staff. It was founded in 1977. The firm has established an international reputation as a leading design firm with wide experience in residential, commercial, and institutional work. The firm has earned international recognition, numerous awards and citations for design excellence, including National Honor Awards of the American Institute of Architects. Robert A. M. S...

Lloyd, Susan McIntosh, 1935- (person)

Gibbon, Janet (person)

Schorr, Jonathan (person)

Ahearn, Ray (person)

Grant, Gerald. (person)

Girls Incorporated (corporateBody)

M. Fullan (person)

Sager, Norma Carol (person)

Sullivan, W. M. (person)

Wood, George, 1799-1870 (person)

Epithet: of Calcutta British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000410.0x0000f7 Epithet: Colonel British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000439.0x0000bb George Wood was born in Massachusetts, and lived in Virginia, Washington, and New York. While working as a clerk in the Treasury Department, he began contributing stories to various American per...

Rosenberg, Merri (person)

Purchase University (corporateBody)

Berlin, Susan (person)

Rosenzwhig?, Joyce (person)

Britannica Educational Corporation (corporateBody)

Engaged Learner Conference (corporateBody)

Handlan, Raymond L. (person)

Nel Noddings (person)

East River savings bank (corporateBody)

Bob Smith (person)

D'Amore, L. Simone (person)

Ravitch, D. (person)

Katz, Robert D. (person)

Fried, Robert (person)

Bone, Bob (person)

Hilary Dolan (person)

Abrams, Sheldon (person)

Howe, Irving. (person)

Bard College (corporateBody)

John Bard founded St. Stephen's College in 1860 as an Episcopal training school on his estate in Annandale-on-Hudson. It affiliated with Columbia University in 1928, changed its name to Bard College in 1935, and became independent of Columbia and co-educational in 1944. From the description of Archives, 1860-1987. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155516793 ...

LAR Management Consultants (corporateBody)

Getzendanner, Joel D. (person)

Coughlin, Thomas A. (person)

Educational Leadership (corporateBody)

Larissa MacFarquhar (person)

Wersba, Lois (person)

Litt, Bobby (person)

Fairbanks Education Association (corporateBody)

National Association Secondary School Principals (corporateBody)

Brown, D. S. (David Seymour) (person)

Taberski, Paul (person)

Rudenstine, Sasha (person)

San José State University (corporateBody)

Organizational History In 1857 the San Francisco Board of Education established Minns' Evening Normal School for current and prospective teachers in the city. Named after its principal, George W. Minns, the institution was formally established as the first California State Normal School by the State Legislature in 1862. A decade later, the Legislature voted to move the Normal School to San José, and the school relocated to its new home on Was...

Butts, John K. (person)

Instructor (corporateBody)

Lamb, Lynette (person)

Mount Holyoke College. (corporateBody)

The first official publication of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary was a catalogue issued in 1837 containing information about trustees, teachers, terms of admission, the course of study, the schedule for the year, Family Accommodations, and the Moral and Religious Influence at the school. Subsequent catalogues (with periodic updates) trace the growth of the institution and provide detailed information about the academic program and residential life for students at the College. These publications h...

Mathews, Jay, 1945-.... (person)

Wheelock, Anne (person)

Anne Wheelock has been active in Boston community organizations, particularly those concerned with urban renewal in the South End. She served on the Tent City Task Force, a subcommittee of the South End Project Area Committee, and worked with the Coalition for Responsible Development to prevent Copley Place developers from displacing low income residents. From the description of Papers, 1971-1980 (bulk, 1977-1979). (University of Massachusetts at Boston). WorldCat record id: 52800087...

Ann Cook (person)

Josephson, William (person)

Rosnfeld, Herb (person)

Mintz, Walter (person)

National Association of Social Workers (corporateBody)

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) was established in October, 1955, following five years of careful planning by the Temporary Inter-Association Council (TIAC). Seven organizations – American Association of Social Workers (AASW), American Association of Medical Social Workers (AAMSW), National Association of School Social Workers (NASSW), American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers (AAPSW), American Association of Group Workers UAW Association for the Study of Community Org...

Slagle, Alton (person)

Weldon, Ellena (person)

Leo Klagholz (person)

Joe Williams (person)

Bates College (corporateBody)

Bentley, A. Jane (person)

Siegel, Gloria (person)

American educational research association (corporateBody)

American association for the promotion of educational research. From the description of American Educational Research Association records, 1965-2000. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872296 Administrative History American association for the promotion of educational research. From the guide to the American Educational Research Association records, 1965-2000, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace) ...

New York City Arts in Education Roundtable (corporateBody)

Haskell, Gordon, 1946- (person)

Bram, Harold and Paula (person)

Central Park East (corporateBody)

Thrush, Glenn. (person)

Gans, Herbert J. (person)

Herbert Gans is a sociologist, urban planner, and critic who has written or edited 14 books and hundreds of articles, and who taught in Columbia University's department of sociology for three decades. Gans was born in 1927 in Cologne, Germany, to middle-class Jewish parents. The family fled Germany in 1939, arriving first in England and then in Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood. Gans became a U.S. citizen in 1945 and subsequently spent 14 months in the Army. Returning in 1946 to the U...

Medina, Carlos (person)

Willen, Pearl L. (person)

Rochester Teachers Association (corporateBody)

Hammond Leadership Academy (corporateBody)

Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (corporateBody)

Cambridge School (corporateBody)

Adams, Elisabeth (person)

CPE II (corporateBody)

Hunt, Carolyn (person)

Bromwich, David (person)

Syracuse university (corporateBody)

Syracuse University was involved with the Chautauqua Institution in providing a program of continuing education during the summer in undergraduate as well as graduate fields. From the description of University College, Chautauqua Center records, 1953-1969. 1953-1969. (Syracuse University). WorldCat record id: 122528964 [pending] From the guide to the New York State Publishing and Printing Collection, circa 1800-1950, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse...

P. Hughes (person)

Greenspan, Richard (person)

Winerip, Michael, 1951- (person)

Hoban, Phoebe (person)

Martus, Marjorie (person)

Williams, Dilafruz (person)

Teachers College Press. (corporateBody)

University of Rhode Island (corporateBody)

The University of Rhode Island was chartered as the state's agricultural school in 1888. It became the Rhode Island College of Agricultural and Mechanic Arts in 1892 and the first class was graduated two years later. The name was changed in 1909 to Rhode Island State College and in 1951 the college became the University of Rhode Island. From the description of Miscellaneous archives, 1863-1969 1900-1950. (University of Rhode Island Library, Kingston). WorldCat record id: 46802187 ...

C. Ricci (person)

Steve Chapin (person)

Urbanski, Adam (person)

Frederick Douglass Academy (corporateBody)

Hiro, Sachiya (person)

The Holmes Group (corporateBody)

Kaufman, Faith Evelyn (person)

David Bensam (person)

Weinstein, Leonard, M. D. (person)

James, Mary Galloway (person)

Cambridge College (corporateBody)

Educational Equity Concepts (corporateBody)

C. Montag (person)

Simon, R. (Robert) (person)

Whole Language Teaching Committee (corporateBody)

Holy Ghost Preparatory School (corporateBody)

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. (corporateBody)

St. Francis College (corporateBody)

Maine Collaborative (corporateBody)

Board of Cooperative Educational Services. (corporateBody)

Macmahon, Gail (person)

Kato, Hiroki (person)

Barry Kogan (person)

Saxton, John H. (person)

Partridge, D. (person)

Samuel, Ralph E. (person)

Maristany, Alita M. (person)

Noddings, Nel (person)

Radetsky, Charles (person)

College of Staten Island of the City University of New York (corporateBody)

Michelle Fine (person)

Wolk, Ronald A. (person)

During his career, Ron Wolk has kept one foot in journalism and the other in education. He spent the first three years of his career as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor. Beginning in 1958, Wolk served as Assistant to President Milton S. Eisenhower at Johns Hopkins University (1958-1967). During 1968, worked with Clark Kerr in Berkeley as Assistant Director of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Higher Education. Milton Eisenhower summoned Wolk to Washington ...

Brown, Dan (person)

R., Bobby (person)

Mintz, Marjorie G. (person)

Abel, Sonia (person)

Grabelle, Sam (person)

Pellens, Sandra (person)

Dominguez, Robert (person)

Fred Meier (person)

Byers, Happie (person)

Coalition of Essential Schools (corporateBody)

The Coalition of Essential Schools was founded by Theodore R. Sizer in 1984. Based at Brown University and committed to centralized management, the Coalition focused geographically on schools on the East Coast. Over time, the Coalition grew. The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) is a grass-roots network of approximately 1,000 schools and twenty regional centers around the country that seek to enact a set of ideas put forth by the American educator Theodore R. Sizer in Horace's Compromise (198...

University Heights High School (corporateBody)

Finn, ca. E., Jr. (person)

Willen, Samuel (person)

Dennis Littky (person)

Center for National Policy. (corporateBody)

Ira Glasser (person)

Herndon, J. (person)

Institute for Responsive Education (corporateBody)

Jane Day (person)

Levy, Harold O. (person)

Abrams, Irwin (person)

American Federation of Teachers (corporateBody)

Joyce Wheeler was a member of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), a national teachers' labor union founded in 1900. She was particularly active in the United Action Caucus (UAC), a rank and file organization within the AFT. The UAC took stands on various issues within the American educational system, supported progressive politics in general, and campaigned for internal democracy within the AFT. Members of the Communist Party USA are thought to have played an important role in the UAC. Wh...

Castro, Lillian (person)

Thomas, Don (person)

Jaffe, Natalie (person)

Hargreaves, Andy (person)

Krovetz, Martin L. (person)

Delaware College (corporateBody)

Arizona State College of Education (corporateBody)

Lewis, Anne C. (person)

Ayers, William (person)

Draper, Hal (person)

Shain, Charles (person)

Horn, Jim (person)

Monroe, Lorraine (person)

Mission Hill (corporateBody)

Evanston Township High School (corporateBody)

Rose, Mike (person)

Shady Hill School (corporateBody)

Wood, George H. (person)

Wasley, P. A. (person)

Michael J. Schippani (person)

Joseph Murphy (person)

Larsen, Elizabeth (person)

Gates Foundation (corporateBody)

CARE (corporateBody)

Fiske, Edward B. (person)

Smith, Andrew C. (person)

Schon, Don (person)

Seeley, David (person)

Allen, David (person)

Epithet: of county Pembrokeshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000813.0x0003bf ...

Superintendents Work Conference (corporateBody)

Graham, Peter (person)

Johnson State College (corporateBody)

Michael Harrington (person)

California Federation of Teachers (corporateBody)

Anderson, Susan Heller (person)

McReynolds, David. (person)

Miller, L. Scott (person)

Gallagher, Jim (person)

Sievers, Mrs. Maurice J. (person)

Hoffman, Marvin, 1939- (person)

Lee, Felicia R. (person)

Kook, Patricia (person)

Bradley, Maggie (person)

Grinnell College (corporateBody)

Center on Organization and Restructuring of Schools (corporateBody)

Curry, William E. (person)

Association of California School Administrators (corporateBody)

Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy (corporateBody)

Cohen, Muriel (person)

Moss, Desda (person)

Russell, Ed (person)

SRI International (corporateBody)

United States Playing Card Company (corporateBody)

Sizer, Theodore R. (person)

Founder of the Coalition of Essential Schools, Theodore R. Sizer was one of the 20th century's leading educational visionaries and reformers. Theodore "Ted" R. Sizer received his B.A. from Yale and his doctorate from Harvard. After a career that included U.S. Army service, classroom teaching, serving as the Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and leading Phillips Academy Andover as its Headmaster, Ted Sizer came to Brown University as chair of its education...

A. Hargreaves (person)

Shier, Carl (person)

United Auto Workers (UAW) organizer. From the description of Carl Shier papers, 1949-1966. (Wayne State University, Archives of Labor & Urban). WorldCat record id: 32321192 ...

Holzman, Michael (person)

Center for the Advancement of Group Studies (corporateBody)

National Dance Institute (U.S.) (corporateBody)

David Herszenhorn (person)

Thompson, Ben (person)

Einstein High School (corporateBody)

Ruth Jordan (person)

Bigelow, Don (person)

Education Writers Association (corporateBody)

The Manhattan Institute (corporateBody)

Stein, Sara (person)

Sizer, Theodore R. (person)

Founder of the Coalition of Essential Schools, Theodore R. Sizer was one of the 20th century's leading educational visionaries and reformers. Theodore "Ted" R. Sizer received his B.A. from Yale and his doctorate from Harvard. After a career that included U.S. Army service, classroom teaching, serving as the Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and leading Phillips Academy Andover as its Headmaster, Ted Sizer came to Brown University as chair of its education...

Upper Valley Teacher Institute (corporateBody)

Cook, Karen S. (person)

H., J. William (person)

Carmel Central School District (corporateBody)

Phi Delta Kappan (corporateBody)

Aher, Gertrude and Jim (person)

Bernard Wasow (person)

Brockway, Fenner, 1888-1988 (person)

Lord Fenner Brockway (1888-1988) was Editor of The Labour Leader, the official organ of the Independent Labour Party, an active campaigner against the First World War, and Secretary of the No-Conscription Fellowship. He was court-martialled at Chester and imprisoned at Wormwood Scrubs, Wandsworth, and Lincoln until 1919. From the guide to the Interview with Fenner Brockway, 1975, (GB 206 Leeds University Library) ...

Shortall, Nora (person)

Rebell, M. A. (person)

Schwartz, Anne (person)

Charles Hayden Foundation (corporateBody)

Levine, Alan H. (person)

Harrisburg Evening News (corporateBody)

Bracey, Gerald W. (Gerald Watkins) (person)

Vito Perrone (person)

Rifkin, Jeff (person)

Bolitzer, Susan (person)

ERIC (corporateBody)

Elkin, Betty (person)

Alternative Community School (corporateBody)

Brickner, Phil (person)

Burton, Jeanne (person)

Zuber, Martha (person)

Hong, Loraine (person)

Brion-Meisels, Steven (person)

Meier-Zimbler, Ezra Milton (person)

Donald Larner (person)

New York Stock Exchange (corporateBody)

Andrew Mott Cahoone was a Brooklyn resident, stock broker, member of the New York Stock Exchange, and a member of its Governing Committee from 1870 to 1912. From the guide to the The New York Stock Exchange Governing Committee resolutions, 1912, (Brooklyn Historical Society) ...

Strong, Mike (person)

C. Glickman (person)

Lieber, Mimi Levin (person)

Washington, Ruth V. (person)

Dr. Adam Urbanski (person)

Garchik, Leah (person)

Teachers College Record (corporateBody)

Brown, Joyce, M.S.W. (person)

Epithet: Sec Richard Stapley Educational Trust British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000862.0x0000ba ...

Mayher, Bill (person)

Garrison, Lloyd (person)

Fetter, Neil (person)

Massey, Sid (person)

Davidson, Susie (person)

Block, A. R. (person)

St. Anne's Belfield School (corporateBody)

Waterford Institute (corporateBody)

Schantz, Penny (person)

Rural Challenge Policy Program (corporateBody)

Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound (corporateBody)

Van Dorn, Betsy (person)

Bentley, James (person)

Epithet: brother of Richard Bentley British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001243.0x00037b ...

Rava, Carol (person)

Proshansky, Etta (person)

Don Rose (person)

Kanze, Bruce (person)

Cumberland Associates (corporateBody)

Sachar, Emily (person)

Herszenhorn, David M. (person)

Holzer, Matt (person)

Pierson, Ransdell (person)

Baker, Carol (person)

Willen, Liz. (person)

Katz, Michael B. (person)

Alternative High School Programs (corporateBody)

California Center for School Restructuring (corporateBody)

American Association for the Advancement of Science (corporateBody)

Edmund W. Sinnott was president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science at the time of this correspondence. Walter G. Berl was an editor for the Association. From the description of Letters, 1948-1971, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155878457 ...

Pomson (person)

Sheilton-Brevot, Marcia (person)

Lloyd, Kent (person)

Courtines, Etienne (person)

Gerry House (person)

Landy, Sy (person)

Hoffman, Berenice (person)

Meier, Vivian (person)

Dreitzer, Judy (person)

University of Wisconsin--Madison. Wisconsin Union (corporateBody)

Shefrin, Susan Russell (person)

Gephardt, Richard A. 1941- (person)

Kliebard, Herbert M. (person)

Babis, Sally (person)

Perrone, Vito. (person)

Russell, Sasha (person)

Oakes, J. (person)

Coro: A Foundation for Leadership (corporateBody)

Wyoming Seminary (corporateBody)

Wallis, Claudia (person)

New Century High School (corporateBody)

Feldman, Sandra (person)

Herling, Alice D. (person)

Celis, William (person)

Democratic Socialists of America (corporateBody)

Ann Arbor local of the Democratic Socialists of America. From the description of Democratic Socialists of America/Ann Arbor records, 1980-1986. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 83950562 Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) was founded in 1973 as the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee (DSOC) and led by Michael Harrington (1928-1989), best known as the author of The Other America (1962) and became the DSA upon its merger with the New American Movement (a ...

Midwest Principals' Center (corporateBody)

Isom, John E. (person)

Barrington Alternative School (corporateBody)

Deitcher (person)

Ramos, Joan (person)

Gittell, Marilyn (person)

Larner, Martin L. (person)

Lewis, Sally (person)

Hawes, Gene R. (person)

Capparet, LeRoy A. (person)

Englund, Will (person)

Stanley, Damian (person)

Larner, Clara (person)

Brick, Lisa (person)

Gates, Albert (person)

Hrycyna, Andrew (person)

Rafael Pi Roman (person)

Diamond, Irene (person)

Stern, Will. (person)

Salwitz, Janet (person)

Fitzgerald, Mike, 1951- (person)

Palmer, Julia R. (person)

Clark, Jack (person)

Slawson, John (person)

L. Shulman (person)

Mt. Neboh Congregation (corporateBody)

Larner, Margie (person)

Delforge, Beth (person)

Russo, Constance (person)

Krinsky, Robert D. (person)

Lenrow, Elbert. (person)

Tussing, Arlon (person)

National Governors' Association (corporateBody)

Berryssa Union School District (corporateBody)

Shirley, Dennis, 1955-.... (person)

Miletta, Maureen McCann (person)

Hollander, Judy (person)

Raywid, Mary Anne (person)

Haney, Walt (person)

Beale, Lewis (person)

Boston University (corporateBody)

Niemeyer Series (corporateBody)

Lopez-Towey, Anna (person)

Kirsch, Judith D. (person)

Holt Associates (corporateBody)

MacKenzie, George R. (George Robert), 1967- (person)

Elwood Union Free School District (corporateBody)

Char? ey, Ruth (person)

Lappe, Frances Moore (person)

Vander Ark, Tom (person)

Klinger, Nancy (person)

Children's Aid Society (corporateBody)

The Children's Aid Society was the first organization in Cleveland, Ohio, to aid homeless, orphaned, and poor children. Founded in 1854, the institution operated three industrial schools and also assisted in finding homes for its orphaned or abandoned wards through an adoption service. Eventually, the society transferred its industrial schools to the City of Cleveland, keeping just one school and a farm on Detroit Road which had been donated by Eliza Jennings. Inspired by a 1921 stu...

Hebrew Union College (corporateBody)

First Reform rabbinic school in the United States, founded in 1875 in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise; 1950 merged with Jewish Institute of Religion (founded in 1922 in New York, N.Y.) to become Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. From the description of Records, 1875-1948 (bulk 1920-1947). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70960622 ...

Cook-Mack, Jessica (person)

Larner, Sara (person)

Tōkyō Daigaku. (corporateBody)

Stanley Sheinebaum (person)

Greenberg, Rabbi Simon (person)

Association for Union Democracy (corporateBody)

The AUD was founded in 1969 as a permanent organization to help protect the democratic rights of unionists and considers itself a national, pro-labor, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the principles and practices of democratic trade unionism in the North American labor movement. The organization created a national network of unionists, civil libertarians, labor educators, workers rights attorneys, law professors, and others who share the same goal. ...

Keller, Jon (person)

Ravitch, Diane (person)

American educator and author. From the description of Diane Ravitch papers, 1956-2007. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872756 Historian, educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Diane Ravitch : oral history, 1985. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122564929 Educational historian. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1962-1973]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122528809 ...

Sears, Jayne (person)

National Center for Restructuring Education (corporateBody)

Stanley Aronowitz (person)

Pester, Rhea (person)

Mann-Skeen, Lorraine (person)

Liz Willen. (person)

Westinghouse Vocational High School (corporateBody)

St. Clair, Barbara Abels (person)

Walace, Vivian (person)

Widmeyer Group (corporateBody)

Satō, Manabu, 1951- (person)

Cruz-Acosta, Louisa (person)

Bottone, Sam (person)

Richard Hoffstadter (person)

DiBrienza, Jennifer (person)

James Lytle (person)

Wolff, Daniel J. (person)

Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School (corporateBody)

Steinberg, Jacques (person)

Doris Culver (person)

Steinfels, Peggy and Peter (person)

Postman, N. (person)

Mendelson, Saul (person)

Kern, Jane (person)

Lane, Nancy, 1947-.... (person)

Schippani, Michael (person)

New York City Board of Education (corporateBody)

Forbes, James A. (person)

Meier, Frederic C. (person)

Sacramento City Unified School District (corporateBody)

Cohen, Annette Wallach. (person)

Karp, Stan (person)

Smith, Lydia A., approximately 1801- (person)

Lydia A. Smith was admitted to the Georgia State Asylum in 1850 and the New York Asylum in Canandaigua in 1866. Smith was later admitted to the Michigan Asylum for the Insane in 1868 and released in 1872. From the description of Life in an Insane Asylum. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 81273982 ...

National Forum on Assessment (corporateBody)

Massachusetts. Department of Education (corporateBody)

ArtsConnection (corporateBody)

Davidson, Florence H. (person)

Maeroff, Gene I. (person)

Cortines (person)

Engel, Jeremy (person)

Scharrer, Gary (person)

Powell, Zawadi (person)

Larner, (Mrs.?) Irvin M. (person)

Rockefeller Foundation (corporateBody)

The Rockefeller Foundation was established in May 1913 by John D. Rockefeller, by act of the New York State Legislature, "to promote the well-being of mankind throughout the world". From its earliest years, several separate organizations and divisions have carried on the Foundation's work in carefully selected fields. In 1913, the International Health Board (originally the International Health Commission) was formed in order to extend the work of the Rockefeller Sanitary Commission for the Eradi...

Graubard, Allen (person)

Lyne, Heidi (person)

Dispenza, Mary C. (person)

Sagen, N. (person)

Ginley, Mary (person)

Russell, Myra (person)

Wiseman, Fred (person)

Women's American ORT (corporateBody)

The Women's American ORT is an American Jewish woman's organization dedicated to providing occupational and vocational education to others in need so that they may attain economic self-sufficiency. It was established in 1927, in Brooklyn, N.Y. Today, it is the largest ORT affiliate and the leading contributor to ORT programs. Chapters of the Women's American ORT appear to have started in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1940s and early 1950s. From the description of Women's Ame...

Smith, Frank (person)

Frank Smith conducted work with the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey in 1966. Smithsonian Institution Archives Field Book Project: Person : Description : rid_85_pid_EACP84 ...

Lockwood, Anne Turnbaugh (person)

Pearl Willen (person)

Robert, Nikia (person)

Weiss, Howard M. (person)

Lacovara, Madeline (person)

Procter Elementary School (corporateBody)

Finder, Alan. (person)

Levin, Jennifer (person)

San Jose Mercury News (corporateBody)

Hull, Sara (person)

Holmes Junior High School (corporateBody)

Krupnick, Catherine (person)

Children's Defense Fund (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Davidson, Joan. (person)

Eleanor Duckworth (person)

Horowitz, Frances Degen (person)

Snyder, Jon (person)

Hutchinson, Kevin (person)

Rethinking Schools (corporateBody)

Reyes, Sonia (person)

Benjamin, R. (person)

McIntosh, Millicent (person)

Monboddo, James Burnett, Lord, 1714-1799 (person)

Epithet: chandler British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001030.0x000199 Epithet: Colonel British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001030.0x00019a James Burnett, Lord Monboddo, was an eighteenth century Scottish judge, scholar of linguistic evolution and philosopher. Part of the Scottish Enlightenment, he lived in Edinburgh but was well-conne...

Hathorn, Beth (person)

Gottlieb, Alan (person)

E. C. Lagemann (person)

Martin, Marla (person)

Schroeder, Marilyn (person)

Connie Clausen Associates (corporateBody)

Acosta, Louisa (person)

Independence School, New York (corporateBody)

Knox, Robert M. (person)

Willen, Paul L. (person)

Smith, Andrew C. (person)

Amy Gerstein (person)

Silva, Peggy (person)

Larner, Victor (person)

Graff, Gerald. (person)

Fine, Michelle. (person)

NYC M/S/T Assessment Pilot (corporateBody)

Brislin, Tom (person)

Dombrow, Max (person)

Russell, Esther A. (person)

Annenberg, Walter (person)

Paulson, Amanda (person)

Maher, Jane (person)

Emanuel Pariser (person)

National Council of Teachers of English. (corporateBody)

Heinemann (corporateBody)

Central Park East I (corporateBody)

Westbury High School (corporateBody)

Dombrow, Ruth, Max, and Susan (person)

Chancellor Search Committee (corporateBody)

Fernandez (person)

Youngwood, Jonathan (person)

Engel, Brenda (person)

Sara Larner (person)

Kane, Pearl Rock (person)

Bank Street College (corporateBody)

Wells, Katherine (person)

Rafael PiRoman (person)

New School for Social Research. (corporateBody)

Kahlenberg, Richard D. (person)

Kris, Anna (person)

Zabin, Ann Dorothy (person)

New York State Education Department (corporateBody)

CURRENT FUNCTIONS. The State Education Department is responsible for general supervision of all educational institutions in the State, for operating certain educational and cultural institutions, and for certifying and licensing teachers and practicioners of specific professions. The department's supervisory activities include chartering all educational institutions in the State, including schools, libraries, and historical societies; developing and approving school curr...

Brown University. (corporateBody)

In 1917 the university established the Brown War Records Bureau, whose intention was to "collect and preserve a record of all Brown men who are serving in the present war". Brown faculty, students and alumni who were in the military were asked to fill out a small card called "Are you in the war?" and to send original letters, clippings or photographs which "have any bearing on the service of Brown men in the war." This collection is partly a result of that effort. From the guide to t...

Russel, Myra T. (person)

Columbia University. Graduate School of Business. (corporateBody)

Mike Conroy (person)

Venezia, Nilly (person)

Mogulescu, Marian (person)

Sarason, S. B. (person)

White, Cheryl Stitham (person)

K. Jervis (person)

Albany High School (corporateBody)

Madsen, R. (person)

Washington Post Company (corporateBody)

The Washington Post Company is best known for its ownership of the daily newspaper, The Washington Post. The paper was founded on Dec. 6, 1877. It was founded by Stilson Hutchins and sold several times. The Meyer-Graham family owned the paper from 1933-2014 when it was bought by founder Jeff Bezos. The paper is well known for reporting by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in 1970s for investigating Watergate Scandal. ...

Professionalization of Teaching (corporateBody)

Kabach, Anne (person)

Piercy, Marge (person)

Shannon, Michael J (person)

Fagen, David, 1875-1901 (person)

Goldsmith-Conley, Elizabeth (person)

New Jersey Association of Teacher Educators. (corporateBody)

Emily Rooney (person)

Gross, Jane (person)

University of Chicago. (corporateBody)

Most of the records in the collection pertain to the $400,000 raised by the American Baptist Education Society in 1889-1890 in order to obtain a 600,000 grant from John D. Rockefeller for the creation of an endowment for the University of Chicago. The first volume in the inventory, Record of Pledges for the University of Chicago, contains an alphabetical numbered listing of subscribers, amounts pledged, and payments made through 1906. The subscription forms and letters (1:4-13) are numbered to c...

Powell, Michael (person)

Mills, Richard P. (person)

Brownstein, Ronald (person)

Hertel, Rosemary J. (person)

Carr, Robert W. (person)

Olivia Lynch (person)

Smith, Lew (person)

Mississippi American Federation of Teachers (corporateBody)

Rivas, Michael (person)

Deborah Meier (person)

Larner, Donald (person)

Felix Arroyo (person)

Sege, Irene (person)

Florence Miller (person)

Kaufman, Katie (person)

Lynch, Roberta (person)

Linda Nathan (person)

Solowey, Barry (person)

Isserman, M. (person)

BBC Education (corporateBody)

Traub, James (person)

Dr. Linda Darling Hammond (person)

Rubenstein, Ernest (person)

Heymann, Frederick G. (person)

Reisman, Bernard (person)

Brocato, Kay (person)

Graczyk, Maryann L. (person)

Fund for New York City Public Education (corporateBody)

Goldsmith, Richard (person)

Simon Samuel Goldschmidt settled in Kirchweyhe, in northern Germany. He and his wife Rosette had many children, one of them Sally Goldschmidt, born in 1836 in Kirchweyhe. Sally went on to became a businessman and married Emma Strauss of Leese, Germany. They had three children: Martha, Richard and Max. Sally Goldschmidt died in 1903, his wife Emma in 1930. Richard Goldschmidt, also in business, married Else Goldschmidt of Kirchweyhe, the daughter of Ivan and Bertha Goldsc...

Kronsky, Betty Jane (person)

Dujardin, Richard C. (person)

University at Albany (corporateBody)

Chiles, Nick (person)

McGinnis, Cora (person)

Smith, Hedrick. (person)

Biographical Note 1933, July 9 Born, Kilmacolm, Scotland 1951 Graduated Choate School, Wallingford, Conn. 1955 B.A., Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 1955 1956...

McDonald, Lorraine (person)

Gregorich, Patricia (person)

Marjorie Coeyman (person)

Tripp, Robert L. (Robert Lee) (person)

Witthoft, Bill (person)

Hughes, Philip W. (person)

Colorado Rocky Mountain School (corporateBody)

River East Elementary School (corporateBody)

Dufault, Ruth (person)

University of Illinois at Chicago (corporateBody)

The Chicago Circle campus represents the evolution of the University of Illinois Undergraduate Division first established in that city in 1946. Housed in leased facilities at the Municipal (Navy) Pier, the branch offered the first two years of college instruction to the area's increasing numbers of high school graduates and to veterans returned from World War II. In less than a decade, the Pier's consistently high enrollment had attested to the city's need for a larger facility, and...

Branch, Edwina (person)

Gootman, Elissa (person)

Holtz, Arlene (person)

Thames and Hudson. (corporateBody)

Educational Policy (corporateBody)

Gould, Ruth and Nathan Gould (person)

North Dakota Study Group Planning Committee (corporateBody)

Mosle, Sara (person)

Parents (corporateBody)

Education Week (corporateBody)

Annual Leadership Week programs were held on the campus of Brigham Young University beginning in 1922. "The formal purpose of Leadership Week was 'to inspire and prepare members of the Church for higher qualities of leadership.'" The name of the program was changed to "Education Week" in December 1962. Annual Leadership Week programs were held on the campus of Brigham Young University beginning in 1922. "The formal purpose of Leadership Week was 'to inspire and prepare m...

Pettus, Pamela Kent (person)

Calder, Nigel D. R. (person)

Dames, Lucy and Joe (person)

Workers' Defense League (corporateBody)

In 1936, Norman Thomas proposed the formation of a national labor and socialist defense committee to coordinate the defense of striking unionists, sharecroppers and other workers caught up in the labor crisis of the Great Depression. An earlier (1918) organization, called the Workers Defense Union, was not related to it, though their goals were similar. From the description of Collection, 1936-1970, 1937-1949. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 29546111 ...

Judith Rizzo (person)

Sinclair, Barbara. (person)

Wilson, Nancy, 1940 June 25- (person)

Bradley, Ann (person)

Dalton School (corporateBody)

Hechinger, Fred M. (person)

Chronology 1920 July 7 Born, Nuremberg, Germany 1943 Naturalized; A.B., City College, New York 1944 1946 Member, Office of Military Attaché, American Embassy, and with British War Office ...

Rachel Moulton (person)

Andy Hrycyna (person)

Adam Urbanski (person)

Carmichael, Lucianne (person)

Headmasters' Association (corporateBody)

Larson, Mark (person)

Park, Clara (person)

Brady, Connie (person)

Robert Stake (person)

The National Academy of Education (corporateBody)

Frohlich, Sue (person)

Riordan, Anita (person)

Sleeper, Jim (person)

Parrott, Maryann (person)

Macdonald, Liz (Policy officer) (person)

Coleman, J. (person)

Congress of the United States (corporateBody)

Clara Hemphill (person)

Bianculli, David (person)

Oppenheimer, Adeline (person)

Waddell, Gary (person)

Rice University. (corporateBody)

Rice University's Office or Research and Graduate Studies oversees research and graduate programs. From the guide to the Research and Graduate Studies office records UA 130., 1996-2001, (Rice University Archives, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University) William Marsh Rice University (commonly called Rice University and opened in 1912 as The William Marsh Rice Institute for the Advancement of Letters, Science and Art) is a private, comprehensive research uni...

University of Pennsylvania. (corporateBody)

In 1919 Edward Bushnell was appointed publicity agent for the University of Pennsylvania. His appointment began a long and expanding effort at public relations at the University. In 1954 the Department of Public Relations expanded its work to include two new units, Motion Picture Services and the Office of Radio and Television. These two offices operated until 1975 when they were phased out of a stream-lined department. From the description of University Film Collection, 1915-1989. (...

Kaminer, Ariel (person)

Tipton, S. A. (person)


Illinois State Board of Education (1973- ) (corporateBody)

Big Picture Company (corporateBody)

Suiter, Dianne (person)

Wiedenbeck, Barb (person)

Hartman, Bruce (person)

Buckley, William F., Jr., 1925-2008 (person)

Epithet: jr of the National Review British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001186.0x000169 William F. Buckley, Jr. was born in 1925 and graduated from Yale University in 1950. In 1955 he founded the magazine The National Review. He also wrote a nationally syndicated column and hosted the weekly television show Firing Line from 1966 through 1999. In 1965 Buckley ran unsuccessfully as the Conservative Party candidate for...

Carol Gresser (person)

Lawrence High School Philips Academy (corporateBody)

Abigail Thernstrom (person)

Block, Arthur S. (person)

Leed, Richard (person)

Theresa Fay-Bustillos (person)

Beane, James A., 1944-.... (person)

Lieutenant colonel, United States Air Force. From the description of James B. Beane interview, undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754871121 ...

Institute for Democracy and Peace (corporateBody)

Gardner, Howard (person)

Pi Lambda Theta (corporateBody)

Pi Lambda Theta is an honor society for educators which was founded in 1910 by the Dean of Education at the University of Missouri, Dr. W.W. Charters. As a member of Phi Beta Kappa, an honor society who admitted only men at the time, Dr. Charters sought to create a similar honor and professional society for women educators. Six other Midwestern institutions had joined the University of Missouri in creating local charters by 1916. In 1917, the society increased its regional scope to ...

Levine, Arthur (person)

Clements, Phyllis Harris (person)

Smith, Lucas A. (person)

Schiller, Robert H. (person)

Center for Design Studies (corporateBody)

Larner, Sarah (person)

New York Academy of Public Education (corporateBody)

Sizer, Theodore R. (person)

Founder of the Coalition of Essential Schools, Theodore R. Sizer was one of the 20th century's leading educational visionaries and reformers. Theodore "Ted" R. Sizer received his B.A. from Yale and his doctorate from Harvard. After a career that included U.S. Army service, classroom teaching, serving as the Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and leading Phillips Academy Andover as its Headmaster, Ted Sizer came to Brown University as chair of its education...

Institute for Development of Educational Activities (corporateBody)

S., E. J. (person)

Messner, Berti (person)

Hernández, Máximo (person)

Christopher Edley, Jr. (person)

Ulster County Boces (corporateBody)

Dorothy Fadiman (person)

Philips Academy (corporateBody)

Dream Keepers (corporateBody)

Antioch College (corporateBody)

Klesmer, Louise R. (person)

Hager, Sharp and Abramson (corporateBody)

Rawick, George P., 1929- (person)

Rosenberg, Becky (person)

City Club of New York (corporateBody)

Albert S. Bard (1866-1963) was an attorney and civic activist in New York City. A graduate of Amherst College and Harvard Law School, Bard came to New York City in 1893, where he engaged in the practice of corporation and general law until a few years before his death. From 1901-1935 (or 1938) he practiced with his partner, Leighton Calkins (1868-1955), under the firm name of Bard & Calkins at 25 Broad Street. Bard continued to practice law until 1960. Bard was an energetic participant in ci...

Giorgi, Michael J. (person)

Truesdell, W. E. (corporateBody)

Corey, Lewis (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED Journalist, author, & publicist. Corey, born Louis C. Fraina in 1892, was an influential Marxist journalist and member of the Communist Party of the USA in the 1910s and 1920s. Like many other Americans involved in the Communist Party in the 1910s and 1920s, Corey becamse disillusioned with Soviet-style Communism and broke with the party in the inter-war era. In 1940 Corey, along with other anti-communist intellectuals such as Reinhold Niebhur, founded the Union for Democra...

M. T. (person)

Aeer, Charlotte C. (person)

Richard Rothstein (person)

Smith, Diana (person)

Berlin, Michael J. (person)

Immarigeon, Russ (person)

McDonald, Shirley, 1934- (person)

Great Neck Public Schools (corporateBody)

Callenbach, Chick (person)

Monty Neill (person)

Binswanger, Robert (person)

Liesl Schillinger (person)

Charles Fowler (person)

New Jersey. Department of Education (corporateBody)

Delavan, Garrett, 1973- (person)

Shoreham-Wading River High School (corporateBody)

Maryland Association of Secondary School Principals (corporateBody)

Levison, Melvin E. (person)

Lurie, Theodora (person)

City university of New York (corporateBody)

Deena Rosenberg (person)

Fischer, G. (person)

Newell, Ron (person)

Hull, Bill (person)

Wood, Hilary, 1981- (person)

Cunningham, George (person)

Epithet: Dr organist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001027.0x000080 ...

Dissent (corporateBody)

Jones, Courtney (person)

National Educational Association (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Shier, Carl Marx (person)

Walker, Charles (person)

From the guide to the Charles Walker Papers, 1958, (University of Minnesota Libraries Children's Literature Research Collections [clrc]) ...

Swidler, Ann, 1944-.... (person)

Meier, Nicholas (person)

Cartwright, Sally (person)

Author of children's literature. From the description of Sally Cartwright papers, 1976. (University of Southern Mississippi, Regional Campus). WorldCat record id: 41444002 ...

Meier, Roger (person)

Abramovic, Emil (person)

Kay, Beth (person)

Larner, Judy (person)

Saari, Jon (person)

A. Tobier (person)

Sultan, Edith Joan (person)

Martin, Ralph and Marge (person)

Oakland University (corporateBody)

Eric Westendorf (person)

Taylor, Barbara, 1954-.... (person)

Parkway South High School (corporateBody)

Institute for Student Achievement (corporateBody)

Stockton High School (corporateBody)

Baum, Jennifer (person)

The International Schools Partnership (corporateBody)

Sedona Red Rock High School (corporateBody)

Horowitz, Rachelle (person)

Higley, L. Wayne (person)

Dash, Julehka (person)