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November 2010 Archives
Learn how to use RefWorks to manage your citations and format your bibliography online. Workshop is in the Keck Learning Room from 5-7 PM. Contact Gale Burrow to RSVP.
Thurs., Nov. 11, 4:15 PM - Founders Room, 2nd Floor, Honnold/Mudd Library
Charles Taylor Kerchner, Research Professor, School of Educational Studies, CGU
The story of public education in Los Angeles is one of institutional decline and hollowing out mixed with daily heroism and self-sacrifice on the part of teachers and administrators who try to make an old institution do things it was not designed to do. In a lecture based on his books, Learning from L.A.: Institutional Change in American Public Education, and The Transformation of Great American School Districts, Professor Charles Kerchner will chronicle how a school district that was called "the best in the West" came to be publicly regarded as "failing," even though by many criteria it isn't. His lecture will also detail how the politics of Los Angeles just might work to transform public education here and elsewhere.
This lecture is free, open to all, and is followed by discussion and light refreshments.
FMI: Adam Rosenkranz
Wed., Nov. 10, 4 PM, Founders Room - 2nd Floor - Honnold/Mudd Library
Christian Goodwillie, Curator, Special Collections and Archives, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York.
Goodwillie will be speaking about the shape note, early tune books, and Shaker manuscripts in the Library's McCutchan collection.
FMI: Holly Gardinier