Since Antioch's reorganization in the early 1920s the event has been heralded as a wonder of academic innovation and generally credited to the work of one man, Arthur Morgan. This book examines the politics of educational innovation as represented by that reorganization. Connected Thoughts draws on a large number of sources to redefine Antioch College's reorganization. In doing this the author links the event to the numerous institutions, organizations and individuals who helped define the event, showing that the reorganization was neither a remarkable educational innovation not the work of one man, but rather required the efforts of a number of individuals whose work was in many ways in harmony with both the traditions of the institution and the larger educational community. This is an illuminating study of institutional renewal and reorganization.With manual education programs spreading across the country, Herman Schneider, a young engineering instructor at Lehigh ... best way to combine practical work experience with higher education.113 Schneider was born in Summit Hill, Pennsylvania, on September 12, ... had worked at an assortment of part-time and summer jobs that included carpentera#39;s apprentice, blueprint boy, tracer and draftsman.
|Author||:||Stephen R. Herr|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 1997|