The national PTA, race, and civic engagement, 1897-1970
Creators:Woyshner, Christine A.
Subjects (LCSH):National PTA (U.S.) -- History
National Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers -- History
Education -- Parent participation -- United States -- History
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
(print) x, 277 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Introduction the National PTA, race, and civic engagement -- "No hats to be worn" : organizing the National Congress of Mothers -- "To work more effectively and gain better leadership experience" : the founding of the National Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers -- "For convenience of a better education and training for my people" : organizational growth and stability -- Making America "strong from within" : school lunches, civics, and intergroup relations -- Diminishing as it advanced : the unification of the PTA -- Epilogue : civil society and public education.
Item embargoed for five years
Other Identifiers:OCLC #259716053 (print)
LCCN 2008042261 (print)