[Pdf/E–book] Destined to Rule the Schools: Women and the Superintendency, 1873–1995 (S U N Y Series on Educational Leadership)


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  • Destined to Rule the Schools: Women and the Superintendency, 1873-1995 (S U N Y Series on Educational Leadership)
  • Jackie M. Blount
  • English
  • 03 January 2019
  • 9780791437308

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Destined to Rule the Schools: Women and the Superintendency, 1873-1995 (S U N Y Series on Educational Leadership)

REVIEW » Destined to Rule the Schools: Women and the Superintendency, 1873-1995 (S U N Y Series on Educational Leadership) Nse it offers an historical account of how teaching became women's work and the school superintendency men's Blount explores how power in school employment has been structured uneually by gender It focuses on the superintendency because an important component of the effort to establish control of schools has occurred in contesting the definition of this positi.

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REVIEW » Destined to Rule the Schools: Women and the Superintendency, 1873-1995 (S U N Y Series on Educational Leadership) In 1909 when she became the superintendent of the Chicago schools Ella Flagg Young proclaimed that women were destined to rule the schools of every city After all women accounted for nearly eighty percent of all teachers by 1910 and their ascendance into formal school leadership positions could not be far behind After World War II however a backlash against si.

REVIEW Destined to Rule the Schools: Women and the Superintendency, 1873-1995 (S U N Y Series on Educational Leadership)

REVIEW » Destined to Rule the Schools: Women and the Superintendency, 1873-1995 (S U N Y Series on Educational Leadership) Ngle women educators and a rigid realignment of gender roles in schools contributed to a rapid decline of women school administrators across the country a decline from which there has been little recovery to the present Destined to Rule the Schools tells the story of women and school leadership in America from the common school era to the present In a broad se.