contributions of William Franklin Phelps to public education by Donald David Michelson

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  • Phelps, William Franklin, 1822-1907,
  • Education -- United States

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Abstract of thesis (Ph. D.)--George Peabody College for Teachers, 1940.

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Statementby Donald David Michelson.
LC ClassificationsLB695.P5 M5
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More recently, he spent 2½ years with a small startup biotech company as vice president of research and development before joining the American Cancer Society in This book is an excellent short work on the virtues of teaching. Although it was written init could have been written yesterday.

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Stephen’s & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Virginia, to serve as a teacher, coach, and assistant director of admissions. William Franklin (/) was Benjamin's illegitimate son, and even though he took after his father in many ways, he wound up on the other side of the Revolutionary War, forever breaking the.

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Provost William Smith sought to increase the influence of Anglicans in the school and became Franklin’s enemy by supporting the Penn family Proprietors, themselves Anglicans.

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Curry--because of their dominion over Black ed-ucational policy. To these White archi-tects of Black education, industrialization and accommodation in the new South were two of the chief requisites. A well-known public intellectual, he was also a major voice of progressive education and liberalism.

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Phelps (–?), American politician from Illinois; William F. Phelps (–), educational pioneer and author. ***** The addition to the Anson Phelps Stokes Family Papers consists of correspondence, writings, subject files, memorabilia, photographs, financial records and family papers.

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