Gene B. Preuss examines not only the public policy wrangling and historical context leading up to and surrounding the Gilmer-Akin legislation, but also places the discussion in the milieu of the national movement for school reform.history, Gilmer-Aikin represented much more than a simple pay raise. It also represented a reaction to the changes in the nation and Texas following World War II. After the war, reformers took advantage of changes in the Texas economy andanbsp;...
|Title||:||To Get a Better School System|
|Author||:||Gene B. Preuss|
|Publisher||:||Texas A&M University Press - 2009|