American Educational History Journal

Volume 44 # 1 & 2

Edited by:
Donna M. Davis, University of Missouri - Kansas City

A volume in the series: American Educational History Journal. Editor(s): Donna M. Davis, University of Missouri - Kansas City.

Published 2017

The American Educational History Journal is a peer-reviewed, national research journal devoted to the examination of educational topics using perspectives from a variety of disciplines. The editors of AEHJ encourage communication between scholars from numerous disciplines, nationalities, institutions, and backgrounds. Authors come from a variety of disciplines including political science, curriculum, history, philosophy, teacher education, and educational leadership. Acceptance for publication in AEHJ requires that each author present a well-articulated argument that deals substantively with questions of educational history.

AEHJ accepts papers of two types. The first consists of papers that are presented each year at our annual meeting. The second type consists of general submission papers received throughout the year. General submission papers may be submitted at any time. They will not, however, undergo the review process until January when papers presented at the annual conference are also due for review and potential publication. For more information about the Organization of Educational Historians (OEH) and its annual conference, visit the OEH web site at: www.edhistorians.org.

CONTENTS
VOLUME 44, NUMBER 1, 2017 Editor’s Introduction, Donna M. Davis. ARTICLES. Education for Agricultural Improvement: Teacher Certification at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, Lynn Burlbaw, Lauren Wil-liams, and Larry J. Kelly. Ravitch Reversed: Ideology and the History of American Education Reform, John Laukaitis. A Century Apart: An Evaluation of Historical Comparisons Between Elizabeth Jennings and Rosa Parks in Narratives of the Black Freedom Movement, Katherine Perrotta. Changing Names, Merging Colleges: Investigating the History of Higher Education Adaptation, R. Eric Platt, Steven R. Chesnut, Melandie McGee, and Xiaonan Song. Contextualizing African American Collegians’ Experiences of Racial Desegregation in Midwestern Private Colleges, 1945–1965, Dafina-Lazarus Stewart. “For the Best Interests of the Community”: Riverside’s 14th Street School Debate, Mark Groen. REVIEWS. Fareed Zakaria. 2015. In Defense of a Liberal Education, Theodore G. Zervas. Makdisi, George. 1981. The Rise of Colleges: Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West, Robert K. Poch. Zimmerman, Jonathan. 2016. Campus Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know, Elizabeth Cobbinsh. VOLUME 44, NUMBER 2, 2017 Editor’s Introduction, Donna M. Davis. ARTICLES. The White Architects of Hawaiian Education, Carl Beyer. What Preservice Teachers Can Learn from One Jim Crow Community Engagement Program, Vanessa Garry. Resurrection of Lower Valley School, Kimberly Currens. Althea Stoeckel and Experiments with a History Laboratory in Higher Education, Kristen Hengtgen. Symbolic Considerations: A Critical Decision in the History of the National Council for the Social Studies, Paul E. Binford. The History of the Austin College Building and Old Main at Sam Houston State University, Erin Singer and Samantha Shields. Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Twenty-Plus Years Later: How an Arts Approach to Teaching and Learning Can Keep the Dream Alive, Shirley Marie McCarther and Donna M. Davis. REVIEWS. Robinson, Ken, & Lou Aronica. 2015. Creative Schools: The Grassroots Revolution That’s Transforming Education, Theodore G. Zervas. Hyde, Sarah, L. 2016. Schooling in the Antebellum South: The Rise of Public and Private Education in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, R. Eric Platt. Span, Christopher M. 2009. From Cotton Field to Schoolhouse: African American Education in Mississippi, Brannon S. Johnson.