Introduction to Volume 42, Number 2: editor's introduction.
Welcome to Volume 42, Issue Number 2 of the American Educational History Journal. This issue continues the theme of community as it relates to the educational experience. Indeed, this collection of studies explores educational and social systems as well as individual struggle, and the rich investigation in each piece contributes significantly to our overall understanding of important themes related to community, equity, and access. This volume also includes T. Gregory Barrett's extraordinary review of Roger Geiger's The History of American Higher Education: Learning and Culture from the Founding to World War II. Taken together, these pieces provide a critical and impressive examination of the varied conditions under which human beings undergo the educational process, and as with Issue Number 1, they were a sheer pleasure to review.
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|Publication:||American Educational History Journal|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2015|
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