Elizabeth Balsley | Robert Coles | Marva Collins | W. Edwards Deming | Ron Edmonds | Jaime Escalante | Joseph Featherstone | W. Arthur Garrity Jr. | E.D. Hirsch Jr. | Madeline Hunter | Howard Jarvis | Eugene M. Lang | Kinney Kinmon Lau | Deborah Meier | Debra P. | Phyllis Schlafly | John Serrano Sr. | Theodore R. Sizer | Harrison A. Williams Jr. | William Winter
Since launching her national organization, now the Eagle Forum, in 1972, she has been the most prominent social-conservative activist in education. Schlafly's syndicated column, Internet site, and radio show take aim at federal school-to-work programs and the Channel One classroom news show, among other targets.
His 1967 series of articles in The New Republic introduced Americans to the flexibly run classrooms of Britain's "infant schools." By the early 1970s, what others had dubbed "open education" was the hottest trend in U.S. schools.
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