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Aaron Schutz is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Policy and Community Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His work has appeared in a wide range of leading journals including American Journal of Educational Research, Teachers College Record, Educational Researcher, and Review of Educational Research. In 2001 he won the Millman award for the most promising early-career scholar in the field of education. His series, “Core Dilemmas of Community Organizing,” can be found at the OpenLeft.com, and his website is at EducationAction.org. Forthcoming from Palgrave Macmillan is another book co-authored with Marie Sandy: Collective Action for Social Change: An Introduction to Community Organizing.
Table of Contents
|Social Class and Social Action||p. 9|
|John Dewey's Conundrum: Can Democratic Schools Empower?||p. 51|
|John Dewey and a "Paradox of Size": Faith at the Limits of Experience||p. 71|
|The Lost Vision of 1920s Personalists||p. 91|
|The Free Schools Movement||p. 127|
|Community Organizing: A Working-Class Approach to Democratic Empowerment||p. 161|
|Social Class and Social Action in the Civil Rights Movement||p. 189|
|Building Bridges?||p. 221|
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