Education's Histories

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Archive for April, 2017

April 5th, 2017 by Donald Warren

“A Narrower than Necessary Focus”: Jason Ellis and Benjamin Kearl on Special Education History: A Multilogue Response to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl and Jason Ellis

In his response to the Kearl examination of special education’s early classification schemes, Jason Ellis solidifies his standing as a historian to watch for authoritative critical insights across several fields of inquiry. These include special education history, of course, and they reach farther afield into the broader precincts of education’s histories, education research, and the […]