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Kings Point: United States Merchant Marine Academy, 1969. Hardcover. 266, 54p.[ads], glossy paperstock throughout with b&w and color photography, hardbound in massive 12.3x9.5 inch blue boards over a silver spine. No ownership or other marks, faintests signs of any handling or age, near-fine.
Tucson: Linguistic Institute, the University of Arizona, 1989. 46p., [xxii] 8.5x11 inches, overview, schedules, course descriptions, faculty, special events, general information, guidelines and forms, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps. The Institute/Conference offered courses and workshops in various Native American languages as well as Spanish and Chicano literature.....
San Mateo: Asian American Curriculum Project, Inc., 2003. Staplebound. 58p., staplebound, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Sorted into categories including elementary, intermediate, literature, language, and reference, among others. Lists works on the Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Hawaiian, Hmong, Iu Mien, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Samoan, South Asian, and Vietnamese diasporic people. The Asian.....
Olympia, WA: National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education, 2005. Paperback. viii, 108p., 8.5x11 inches, general information, conferece schedule of events, exhibitis, hotel maps, advertisements, photos, membership, very good convention program book in tellow spiral-bound pictorial wraps.
San Luis, CO: Centennial High School, 1975. Magazine. 71p., staplebound magazine, very good, 8.5x11 inches. Black and white illustrations. High-quality high school student publication; much of the contents are about local history and the Latino heritage of the area. Most contributors have Spanish surnames.
n.p. 1999. [11p], 5.5x8.5 inches, very good first edition booklet of folded sheets in plain white wraps printed with black text. Anonymous anarchist anti-organized education pamphlet. Argues that education is a tool of mind control, and that the public library is a far more effective learning resource than a university.....
[Fargo]: the college, undated, circa 1905. Paperback. Unpaginated, some fifteen cardstock leaves with fuzzy photoreproductions mounted recto under captioned tissue guards; enclosed in lighter cardstock wraps of same material titled in two colors and bound with a decorative cord. One detects the craftsman influence on book design, but the poorly-done.....
Culiacán, Sinaloa, México: La Escuela Superior de Agricultura de la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa y la Confederación de Asociaciones de Agriculturores del Estado de Sinaloa, 1991. Magazine. 61p., 8.5x11 inches, text in Spanish, illustrations and photos, tables, very good magazine in stapled yellow pictorial wraps, dog-eared on bottom corner of.....
St. Louis, MO: Rationalist Association, Inc., 1962. 28p., staplebound wraps mildly worn; cover story on Madalyn Murray (O'Hair) and her effort to remove religious activities from the public school curriculum. Murray's lawsuit led to a landmark Supreme Court ruling ending official Bible-reading in American public schools in 1963. By the.....
London: Freedom Press, 1965. Single issue of the magazine, pp33-64, stapled wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, wraps lightly worn, rear wrap unevenly toned else very good condition. Most of the issue devoted to articles on the book and the film, plus two articles on education and comprehensive secondary schools.
London: Freedom Press, 1968. Pamphlet. Single issue of the magazine, pp289-320, stapled wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, wraps lightly worn, staples rusted, pen notation on front wrap else good condition. Issue devoted to the two alternative schools, both of which offered progressive, anti-authoritarian education.
London: Freedom Press, 1962. Single issue of the staplebound digest format magazine, pp. 225-256; very good. Includes: Comprehensive schools / Educating the non-scholastic (H. Raymond King), Bombed site and comprehensive school (Winifred Hindley), A last look round (Sixth-Former), Some were all right (Early Leaver), Eleven-plus and the comprehensive (Parent), A......
London: Freedom Press, 1962. Single issue of the staplebound digest format magazine, pp. 321-352; small stain at top edge, otherwise very good. Includes: Secondary Modern (John Ellerby), Jug and clay, or flower? (Anthony Weaver), 6F. Geog. (Anthony Blond), Pops in the classroom (Judith Tudor Hart), Tomorrow’s Audience (John Duncan), A......
San Francisco: A Project of Galileo High School and California Poets in the Schools, 1988. Calendar. [154p] 8.5x9.75 inches, introduction, appointment calendar with historical dates and information relating to multicultural literary & arts history, photos, art, biographical sketches, very good first edition in spiral-bound pictorial covers. Title from astronomer Galileo's.....