CTL1406H: The Origins of Modern Schooling: Issues in the Development of the North American Educational System

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Why is the North American school system as it is? What were the options for change and what are the options for change? Drawing chiefly on North American scholarly literature, this course explores the origins of the state mandated educational systems in the context of traditional patterns of socialization and formal schooling, and changing social, political, and economic conditions.

Students who have previously completed HSJ1401 are prohibited from taking this course.
Graduate Department
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning