Contains the keyword Postmodernism and education
"Weaver explores the intersections between literature, biosciences and curriculum theory....Weaver argues that the scientific issues of our day are best understood through the study of fiction."--Marla Morris, Associate Professor of Education, Georgia Southern University, USA
"In his latest investigation of how history helps illuminate contemporary concerns about the nature and character of America‚Äôs schools, William Reese explores the rise of public schools in the nineteenth century, the evolution of private school alternatives, and ongoing debates about modern schooling and reform. Americans have long invested considerable time, energy, and emotion in their schools, both private and public, and Reese's historical overview helps explain why."