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Lagemann, Ellen Condliffe 1945-

Overview
Works: 32 works in 127 publications in 3 languages and 8,138 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Conference papers and proceedings  Abstracts  Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other, Author of introduction
Classifications: LB1028.25.U6, 370.72
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works about Ellen Condliffe Lagemann
 
Most widely held works by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann
Philanthropic foundations : new scholarship, new possibilities( )

4 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 2,169 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book presents new scholarship about foundations such as Ford, Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Russell Sage, their history, and their impact on American society. The essays in the first three parts of the book look at the diverse and multiple ways in which foundations have contributed to American society: as organizations, they help put into action the goals of many social movements; as cultural agents, they help shift attention to some of the most pressing issues facing the American public. The last part of the book focuses on researching and writing foundation history."--Jacket
An elusive science : the troubling history of education research by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

14 editions published between 2000 and 2005 in English and held by 820 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Since its beginnings at the start of the 20th century, educational scholarship has been a marginal field, criticized by public policy makers and relegated to the fringes of academe. This book explains why, providing a critical history of the traditions, conflicts, and instructions that have shaped the study of education over the past century
A generation of women : education in the lives of progressive reformers by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

12 editions published between 1979 and 2014 in English and German and held by 763 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a thorough evaluation of the experience shared by a crucial generation of American women, widely known but never fully understood: the progressive social reformers of the early twentieth century. Lagemann portrays five such reformers, Grace Dodge, Maud Nathan, Lillian Wald, Leonora O'Reilly, and Rose Schneiderman, all of New York. Her work breaks new ground with its analysis of the forces that shaped the development of these women, their personalities, their careers, and their consciousness. Lagemann's concern is education--not in the limited sense of going to college, but education as a lifelong "process of interaction that changes the self." She deals with the combined influences of pedagogy--especially that of parents, vocational mentors, and colleagues--work, and feminism. Lagemann skillfully demonstrates the effects of social, cultural, economic, and intellectual currents on the education of women in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The relationships Lagemann shows between education and individual achievement and between education and social change create a new understanding of feminism and progressivism in the early twentieth century
Brown v. Board of Education : the challenge for today's schools by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

4 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 639 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 1954 Supreme Court decision in the case of "Brown V. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas" provided the legal basis for equal educational opportunity. More than 40 years after the decision, equal opportunity, equal access, and affirmative action remain issues of intense debate. This book offers essays by 23 prominent voices in American education, who discuss the issue of equal educational opportunity for all students. The essays include the following: (1) "An American Dilemma Still" (Ellen Condliffe Lagemann); (2) "Tracking the Progress of 'Brown'" (Lamar P. Miller); (3) "Dream Deferred but Not Defeated" (Roger Wilkins); (4) "The Unending Struggle for Equal Educational Opportunity" (Robert L. Carter); (5) "The Federal Government and the Promise of 'Brown'" (Brian K. Landsberg); (6) "The Legacy of 'Brown V. Board of Education'" (Constance Baker Motley); (7) "Revisiting the Supreme Court's Opinion in 'Brown V. Board of Education' from a Multiculturalist Perspective" (Kevin Brown); (8) "Public Opinion and School Desegregation" (Gary Orfield); (9) "Diversity and the New Immigrants" (Lamar P. Miller and Lisa A. Tanners); (10) "Two Cities' Tracking and Within-School Segregation" (Jeannie Oakes); (11) "Reexamining Social Science Research on School Desegregation: Long- versus Short-term Effects" (Amy Stuart Wells); (12) "Reflections on the Promise of 'Brown' and Multicultural Education" (Carl A. Grant); (13) "Inequalities in Educational Financing" (Howard A. Glickstein); (14) "Race and Choice in Montgomery County, Maryland, Magnet Schools" (Jeffrey R. Henig); (15) "The False Premises and False Promises of the Movement to Privatize Public Education" (Willis D. Hawley); (16) "After Forty Years: The Other Half of the Puzzle" (John A. Murphy); (17) "The Promise of Accountability and Standards in the Achievement of Equal Educational Opportunity" (Edmund W. Gordon); (18) "Fulfilling the Promise of 'Brown'" (Judith A. Winston); (19) "Educational Equity Issues in an Information Age" (Dennis Sayers); (20) "'Brown' and 'Lau': Seeking the Common Ground" (Rosa Castro Feinberg); (21) "Of Promises and Visions: 'Brown' as a Gift to American Democracy" (Joshua P. Bogin); and (22) "'Brown' at Forty: Six Visions" (Burt Neuborne). An index is included. Each essay contains references. (Lmi)
Issues in education research : problems and possibilities by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

10 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 625 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

More than twenty prominent scholars examine education research and discuss how it is changing and where it needs to go. They highlight some of the major trends that have galvanized the field, including removing research from the laboratory to the school site, qualitative research as a widely validated method, and the increasing interdisciplinary aspect of educational research
The politics of knowledge : the Carnegie Corporation, philanthropy, and public policy by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

14 editions published between 1989 and 1992 in English and held by 601 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Private power for the public good : a history of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

11 editions published between 1983 and 1999 in English and held by 558 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book traces the history of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching from its founding in 1906 through 1979. a 1999 foreword by the current president of the Foundation notes the influence of the book and briefly updates the foundation's history. The foreword reiterates the book's judgment that the foundation's policies typically have supported the value of efficiency and the privileges of professional expertise over representative democracy, of standardization over local variation, of policy over practice, and of private over public concerns. Individual chapters have the following titles: (1) "Andrew Carnegie and the Gospel of Wealth"; (2) "Henry Smith Pritchett and the Gospel of Efficiency"; (3) "Founding the Foundation"; (4) "Surveying the Professions"; (5)"Systematizing Educational Measurements"; (6) "Renewing the Foundation"; (7) "Corporate vs. State Responsibility: Henry Pritchett and 'The Social Philosophy of Pensions'"; and (8) "Central vs. Local Control: The Carnegie Foundation and Its Critics". (Individual chapters contain references.) (Db)
Nursing history : new perspectives, new possibilities by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

8 editions published between 1983 and 1997 in English and Undetermined and held by 484 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

What is college for? : the public purpose of higher education by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

9 editions published between 2011 and 2015 in English and held by 453 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

At a time when higher education attendance has never felt more mandatory for career success and economic growth, the distinguished contributors to this provocative collection ask readers to consider the civic mission of higher education as equally vital to the nation's well-being. Should higher education serve a greater public interest? In what ways should colleges and universities be asked to participate in public controversies? What should we expect institutions of higher education to contribute to the development of honesty and ethical judgment in the civic sphere? What should colleges do to foster greater intellectual curiosity and aesthetic appreciation in their students and communities, and why is this important for all Americans? --Book Description
Liberating minds : the case for college in prison by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

8 editions published between 2016 and 2017 in English and Undetermined and held by 408 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Anthony Cardenales was a stickup artist in the Bronx before spending seventeen years in prison. Today he is a senior manager at a recycling plant in Westchester, New York. He attributes his ability to turn his life around to the college degree he earned in prison. Many college-in-prison graduates achieve similar success and the positive ripple effects for their families and communities, and for the country as a whole, are dramatic. College-in-prison programs greatly reduce recidivism, leading to potential savings in the staggering cost of prisons. They increase post-prison employment, allowing the formerly incarcerated to better support their families and to reintegrate successfully into their communities, providing positive role models. College programs also decrease violence within prisons, improving conditions for both correction officers and the incarcerated. Liberating Minds makes the case for these multiple benefits and also tells the stories of many formerly incarcerated college students and the remarkable transformations in their lives. Both access to college for all Americans and criminal justice reform are high on today's national policy agenda. Liberating Minds argues that it is imperative, both for prisoners themselves and for society, that access to higher education be extended to include the incarcerated. As the country faces a legacy of decades of over- incarceration, offering college behind bars provides a corrective on the path back to a more democratic and humane society
Jane Addams on education by Jane Addams( Book )

3 editions published in 1985 in English and held by 345 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On education by Jane Addams( Book )

6 editions published between 1994 and 2004 in English and held by 138 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book presents speeches and essays by Jane Addams, from the period between 1893 and 1930, that present a view of education as a broad process of cultural transformation and renewal, as the foundation of democracy. Among the topics presented are: (1) an exploration of some of the problems women faced upon graduating from college and returning home; (2) the practical and applied value of knowledge; (3) educational reform as a necessary step toward more fundamental political reform; (4) the value of the exchange of knowledge, skill, and experience between different nationalities and generations; and (5) the need for respecting ethnic and national diversity as a basis for Americanism and good government. Descriptions of some of the educational activities at Chicago's Hull House are also provided. (Glr)
Philanthropy, volunteerism & fundraising in higher education( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Scaling up success : lessons from technology-based educational improvement by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Drawing from the information presented at conference sponsored by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Technology in Education Consortium, leading educators, researchers, and policymakers, Scaling Up Success translate, theory into practice and provide, a hands-on resource that clearly describes different models for "scaling up" success. This important resource is filled with illustrative examples of best practices that are grounded in real-life case studies of technology-based educational innovationfrom networking a failing school district in New Jersey to using computer visualization to teach scientific inquiry in Chicago. Scaling Up Success show how the lessons learned from technology-based educational innovation can be applied to other school improvement efforts
La investigación educativa en Estados Unidos: reflexiones para la historia by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( )

2 editions published between 2000 and 2006 in Spanish and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La investigación educativa en Estados Unidos: reflexiones para la historia
The foundation; its place in American life by Frederick P Keppel( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"As president of the Carnegie Corporation from 1922 to 1941, Frederick Keppel became a widely respected interpreter of philanthropic foundations. First published in 1930, The Foundation became one of his best-known works. As a brief, straightforward, and candid discussion of foundations and their activities, the volume was rightly praised. The book begins with a review of the history of foundations and then goes on to explain the then-current organization of the Rockefeller Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation, the Julius Rosenwald Fund, and a number of other trusts. It sets forth the purposes and procedures of different types of foundations - community foundations like the New York Community Trust as well as grantmaking foundations like the Commonwealth Fund. Comparing foundations to universities, the book argues that the most essential common purpose of the foundation is the furtherance of learning, culture, and research. It also calls on foundation executives to ""practice ... the art of being well-informed"" and urges that informal advisory boards be relied on to provide specialized expertise. At the time Keppel became president of the Carnegie Corporation, the foundation was still a relatively new type of philanthropic organization. It is likely that Keppel had a significant impact on public attitudes toward these new kinds of organizations. His administrative style and his effort to find the money necessary to assist as many seekers as possible almost certainly helped remove the distance, mystery, and, in some quarters, the hostility that had surrounded foundations. He believed that foundations were accountable to the public, and he sought constructive criticism. Keppel's calls for openness and his service orientation undoubtedly helped define professional foundation practice. He understood what had to be accomplished if foundations were to gain an established place in American society and importantly contributed to the processes through which that was achieved. T"--Provided by publisher
Philanthropic Foundations: New Scholarship, New Possibilities (Philanthropic studies) by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( )

2 editions published in 1999 in Undetermined and English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

["This book presents new scholarship about foundations such as Ford, Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Russell Sage, their history, and their impact on American society. The essays in the first three parts of the book look at the diverse and multiple ways in whi
A generation of women : studies in educational biography by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

2 editions published in 1978 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contested terrain : a history of education research in the United States, 1890-1990 ; an essay by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Intersections of power and knowledge: Chilean social scientists and the transition to democracy by Carolyn Kahn Sorkin( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Three categories of social scientists who had opposed Pinochet, corresponding to three traditional roles for the intellectual, are identified and analyzed. Autocomplacientes tend to support the system, work in politics or the private sector, and advocate pragmatic use of social science to inform policy decisions. Autoflagelantes provide a critical voice, particularly in relation to autocomplacientes, and most often work in universities and research institutes. Apartados remain outside the fray, focused on scholarship. The three groups advocate very different responsibilities for social scientists in redemocratized Chile. While all three roles are essential to a healthy democracy, the tendency to dismiss autoflagelante apprehensions as anachronistic, and the broader public trend away from thoughtful analysis and participation, are cause for concern
 
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An elusive science : the troubling history of education research
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A generation of women : education in the lives of progressive reformersBrown v. Board of Education : the challenge for today's schoolsIssues in education research : problems and possibilitiesThe politics of knowledge : the Carnegie Corporation, philanthropy, and public policyPrivate power for the public good : a history of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of TeachingWhat is college for? : the public purpose of higher educationOn educationPhilanthropy, volunteerism & fundraising in higher education
Alternative Names
Condliffe, Ellen

Condliffe Ellen 1945-....

Condliffe-Lagemann, Ellen

Condliffe-Lagemann, Ellen 1945-

Lagemann, Ellen C. 1945-

Languages
English (109)

Spanish (2)

German (1)