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At the schoolhouse door

Jane Knitzer

At the schoolhouse door

an examination of programs and policies for children with behavioral and emotional problems

by Jane Knitzer

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Published by Bank Street College of Education in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mentally ill children -- Education.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJane Knitzer, Zina Steinberg, Brahm Fleisch.
    ContributionsSteinberg, Zina., Fleisch, Brahm.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14479136M

    The Schoolhouse Door: Segregation's Last Stand at the University of Alabama E. Culpepper Clark, Author Oxford University Press, USA $30 (p) ISBN Buy this book.   Following Gov. George W. Wallace’s campaign promise to defend segregation at all costs, “ to the point of standing in the schoolhouse door, if necessary,” he does just that on June, 11, , when three black students—Vivian Malone of Mobile, James Hood of Gadsden, and Dave McGlathery of Huntsville—arrive to register at the University of Alabama.

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    Get this from a library! Through the schoolhouse door. [Ivor Goodson; Christopher J Anstead] -- Presents a multi-faceted approach to a case study of a secondary school, the London Technial and Commerical High School, one of the first vocational secondary schools. The history of the classroom. In A Wolf at the Schoolhouse Door, Jennifer Berkshire and Jack Schneider, co-hosts of the popular education podcast Have You Heard, lay out the increasingly potent network of conservative elected officials, advocacy groups, funders, and think tanks that have aligned behind a radical vision to unmake public education.


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Wallace in the Schoolhouse Door Forty years ago, Alabama Gov. George Wallace stood at the door at the University of Alabama in a symbolic attempt to. On Jin a dramatic gesture that caught the nation's attention, Governor George Wallace physically blocked the entrance to Foster Auditorium on the University of Alabama's campus.

His intent was to defy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, sent on behalf of the Kennedy administration to force Alabama to accept court-ordered desegregation.

Behind the Schoolhouse Door book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5. Stand in the Schoolhouse Door The "stand in the schoolhouse door" incident was Alabama Governor George Wallace's symbolic opposition to school integration imposed by the federal government. The Jaction occurred in the doorway of Foster Auditorium at the University of Alabama and was intended to prevent the enrollment of two black students, James Hood and Vivian Malone.

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Culpepper "Cully" Clark, whose book "The Schoolhouse Door: Segregation's Last Stand at the University of Alabama" is the definitive account of the history of the event, said that in the. Standing in the Schoolhouse Door.

Nov. 5, Surely Alabama’s attorney general, Luther Strange, did not mean to summon the memory of Gov. George Wallace when he picked a. First published inthis narrative history by Clark (dean emeritus, College of Communication and Information Sciences, U.

of Alabama) traces the desegregation struggles at the U. of Alabama from through Governor Wallace's segregationist stand at the schoolhouse door in The Schoolhouse Door: Segregation's Last Stand at the University of Alabama.

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By Jack Schneider, Jennifer Berkshire. New Press. This is the story of how the University of Alabama experienced the end of segregation and how events on that campus influenced both the civil rights movement and massive resistance to the changes it promised.

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