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1. Bracey, G.W., "What Happened to America's Public Schools? Not What You May Think," American Heritage, 48 (7), 1997, 38-52.

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2. Davis, O.L.,Jr., "Surely, American Educators and Politicians Will Learn from King Canute," Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 19 (3), 2004, 189-192.
3. Davis, O.L.,Jr., "Imperial Delusions and Some Possible Consequences for the School Curriculum," Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 20 (4), 2005, 264-270.
4. Goodlad, J.I., "Kudzu, Rabbits, and School Reform," Phi Delta Kappan, 84 (1), 2002, 16-23.
5. Holt, M., "It's Time to Start the Slow School Movement," Phi Delta Kappan, 84 (4), 2002, 265-271.

The remaining articles are password-protected via the electronic reserves system: click the title link and enter the password provided by your instructor.

6. Schwab, J.J., "The Practical: A Language for the Curriculum," Part I, ERIC Document ED038332, NEA, Washington, DC: 1970.
7. Schwab, J.J., "The Practical: A Language for the Curriculum," Part II, ERIC Document ED038332, NEA, Washington, DC: 1970.
8. Davis, O.L.,Jr., "Curriculum and Teaching: No Guarantees of Learning," Education Today, 48 (2), 1998, 28-31.
9. Holt, M., "The Making of Casablanca and the Making of Curriculum," Journal of Curriculum Studies, 28 (3), 1996, 241-251.
10. Schwab, J.J., "The Practical 4: Something for Curriculum Professionals To Do" Part I, Curriculum Inquiry, 13 (3), 1983, 239-265.
11. Schwab, J.J., "The Practical 4: Something for Curriculum Professionals To Do" Part II, Curriculum Inquiry, 13 (3), 1983, 239-265.

 

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