Harvard Educational Review
Past Issues

1969

  1. Spring

    How Much Can We Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievement?
    Arthur R. Jensen

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  2. Summer 1969
    Schools and Communities
    A Look Forward
    Thomas F. Green
    Teacher and Community
    Larry Cuban
    Inadequate Evidence and Illogical Conclusions
    Jerome S. Kagan
    Has Compensatory Education Failed? Has It Been Attempted?
    J. McV. Hunt
    Genetic Theories and Influences
    Comments on the Value of Diversity
    James F. Crow
    The Future of Individual Differences
    Carl Bereiter
    Piagetian and Psychometric Conceptions of Intelligence
    David Elkind
    Heredity, Environment, and Educational Policy
    Lee J. Cronbach
    A Letter from the South
    William F. Brazziel
    Report Analysis
    Fact Finding Commission on Columbia Disturbances
    Kenneth Keniston

    Summer

    Teacher and Community
    Larry Cuban

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  3. Fall 1969
    Reducing the Heredity-Environment Uncertainty
    A Reply
    Arthur R. Jensen
    Social Allocation Models of Intelligence
    A Methodological Inquiry
    Richard J. Light, Paul V. Smith
    Environment
    The Cumulation of Effects Is Yet to be Understood
    Arthur L. Stinchcombe
    Happenings on the Way Back to the Forum
    Social Science, IQ, and Race Differences Revisited
    Martin Deutsch
    The Politics of Pronouncement
    Notes on Publishing in the Social Sciences
    Thomas J. Cottle
    Critique of Hereditarian Accounts of "Intelligence" and Contrary Findings
    A Reply to Jensen
    F. S. Fehr

    Fall

    Reducing the Heredity-Environment Uncertainty
    Arthur R. Jensen

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  4. Winter

    Why/How to Build School Buildings
    Giancarlo De Carlo

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1968

  1. Spring

    The Concept of Equality of Educational Opportunity
    James Coleman

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  2. Summer 1968
    The Short, Happy Life of the Adams-Morgan Community School Project
    Paul Lauter
    Basic and Applied Research in Education
    Definitions, Distinctions, and Implications
    John B. Carroll
    Social Stratification and Higher Education
    Christopher Jencks
    Report Analysis
    Children and their Primary Schools
    Joseph Featherstone

    Summer

    Social Stratification and Higher Education
    Christopher Jencks

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  3. Fall 1968
    Patterns of Political Learning
    M. Kent Jennings, Richard G. Niemi
    Political Education in the Midst of Life's Struggles
    Robert E. Lane
    Public Knowledge and Private Men
    Political Impact in the Post-Kerr Era
    Edgar Litt
    Political Socialization in the South American Middle Class
    Arthur L. Stinchcombe
    Discussion
    Report Analysis
    Franks and Muscatine—the Workings of Faculty Committees
    Donald T. Williams, Jr.

    Fall

    Patterns of Political Learning
    M. Kent Jennings, Richard G. Niemi

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  4. Winter 1968
    The Poor, the Schools, and Equal Protection
    David L. Kirp
    Race and Education
    A Search for Legitimacy
    Charles V. Hamilton
    Some Educational Implications of the Humanistic Psychologies
    Abraham H. Maslow
    Educational Technology
    New Myths and Old Realities
    Anthony Oettinger, Sema Marks
    Discussion
    Report Analysis
    National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders
    Richard J. Light, Robert L. Green

    Winter

    The Poor, the Schools, and Equal Protection
    David L. Kirp

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1966

  1. Summer 1966
    Distinguishing Delinquents from Pseudodelinquents
    Eleanor T. Glueck
    D. H. Lawrence
    Critic of the Schools
    James L. Jarrett
    Psychology and the Evolution of Man
    Anne Roe
    Discussion
    THE GRADUATE STUDY OF EDUCATION

    Summer

    Distinguishing Delinquents from Pseudodelinquents
    Eleanor T. Glueck

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  2. Winter 1966
    Preface
    Lawrence A. Cremin
    The Teacher in Puritan Culture
    Wilson Smith
    Toward a Definition of Orthodoxy
    THE PATRICIAN SOUTH AND THE COMMON SCHOOLS
    William R. Taylor
    From Noah Webster to Chauncey Wright
    The Intellectual as Prognostic
    Daniel H. Calhoun
    The Kingdom of God and the Common School
    PROTESTANT MINISTERS AND THE EDUCATIONAL AWAKENING IN THE WEST
    David Tyack
    The Law and the Schools
    Paul A. Freund
    Childhood and the Education of Intellectuals
    David Hawkins
    Some Thoughts on Intellectuals and the Schools
    Noam Chomsky
    The Principal Issue
    Martin Deutsch
    Some Educational Attitudes and Poses
    Sidney Hook
    Intellectuals and the Schools
    A Case History
    Morris Kline
    Ideas at My Fingertips
    Bartlett H. Hayes, Jr.
    The Artist as Teacher, the Poet as Troublemaker
    William Meredith
    A Question of Tensions
    Gerald W. Johnson

    Winter

    From Noah Webster to Chauncey Wright
    Daniel H. Calhoun

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  3. Spring 1966
    Uses of the Past in General Education
    Howard Mumford Jones
    A Structural Curriculum in English
    James Moffett
    Forming the National Character
    PARADOX IN THE EDUCATIONAL THOUGHT OF THE REVOLUTIONARY GENERATION
    David Tyack
    An Experimental Approach to the Teaching of Oral Language and Reading
    Anne O. Stemmler

    Spring

    Uses of the Past in General Education
    Howard Mumford Jones

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  4. Fall

    Social Structure and the Socialization of Competence
    Alex Inkeles

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1965

  1. Spring

    The School and Self-Understanding
    Joseph Samler

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  2. Summer 1965
    Philosophical Models of Teaching
    Israel Scheffler
    Mississippi's Freedom Schools
    The Politics of Education
    Florence Howe
    The Class-Hour Economy
    James A. Schellenberg
    Are Our Universities Schools?
    Henry C. Johnson Jr.
    The Computer and Information Retrieval
    School Law a Case Study
    J. William Asher, Marvin Kurfeerst
    Discussion
    TEACHING, ACTING, AND BEHAVING

    Summer

    Mississippi's Freedom Schools
    Florence Howe

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  3. Fall 1965
    Education and Politics in Developing Countries
    David Abernethy, Trevor Coombe
    Adolescents' Acceptance of Authority
    A Methodological Study
    Fred M. Newmann
    The Year the Schools Began Teaching the Telephone Directory
    Merrill Harmin, Sidney B. Simon
    On the Role of Linguistics in the Teaching of English
    Peter S. Rosenbaum
    Cicero
    Education for Humanitas
    Robert R. Wellman

    Fall

    Education and Politics in Developing Countries
    David Abernethy, Trevor Coombe

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  4. Winter

    A Structure for Teaching the Language Arts
    Charles J. Calitri

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1964

  1. Winter

    Secondary School-Leavers in Ghana
    Philip J. Foster

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  2. Spring

    John Dewey and the Cult of Efficiency
    Carmine A. Yengo

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  3. Summer 1964
    Introduction
    Janet A. Emig, James T. Fleming, Helen M. Popp
    Three Processes in the Child's Acquisition of Syntax
    Roger Brown, Ursula Bellugi
    Language Disorders in Childhood
    Eric H. Lenneberg
    Words, Meanings and Concepts
    John B. Carroll
    Language and the School Child
    Martin Joos
    Mencken Revisited
    Raven I. McDavid, Jr.
    Geography and the American Language
    AN APPROACH TO LITERACY
    Louis A. Muinzer
    Underlying and Superficial Linguistic Structure
    Paul M. Postal
    What Grammar?
    H. A. Gleason, Jr.
    Around the Edge of Language
    Intonation
    Dwight L. Bolinger
    Symposium
    The Use of English in World Literatures: INTRODUCTION
    The Language of African Literature
    Ezekiel Mphahlele
    The Use of English in Australian Literature
    Arthur Delbridge
    English in the West Indies, or the West Indies in English?
    J. L. Dillard
    Indian Writing in English
    P. Lal

    Summer

    Symposium

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  4. Fall

    College Dropouts Who Came Back
    Bruce K. Eckland

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