Examinations, Merit, and Morals: the Market Revolution and Disciplinary Power in Philadelphia's Public Schools, 1838-1868

Hogan, David. "Examinations, Merit, and Morals: The Market Revolution and Disciplinary Power in Philadelphia's Public Schools, 1838-1868." Historical Studies in Education 4, no. 1 (1992): 31-78.
Source Type
Secondary
Year
1992
Publication Type
Journal Article
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