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''Let us live with our children'': Kindergarten movements in Germany and the United States, 1840-1914
Allen, Ann Taylor, 1988
History of Education Quarterly, 28(1), 23-48

A comparison of kindergarten in the United States and Germany, including discussion of the irony that although the first kindergarten program was founded in Germany, in theory and in practice kindergarten found greater support in America

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The passion for educating the "New Man": Debates about preschooling in Soviet Russia 1917-1925
Valkanova, Yordanka, May 2009
History of Education Quarterly, 49(2), 211-221

An examination of the accommodation of liberal and progressive ideas within the Marxist labor school philosophy, elements of which were incorporated in preschools established by the Soviet regime, and the ways preschool served the development and the necessities of the new state through a study of the massive commitment to education and care of young children in Russia from just after the revolution of 1917–25

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[Review of the book The birth of Head Start: Preschool education policies in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations]
Beatty, Barbara, Winter 2006
History of Education Quarterly, 46(4), 688-690

A review of an analysis of the politics of poverty and early childhood education, from the development of Head Start in the Kennedy administration through its development in Johnson’s War on Poverty, to its movement into the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare during the Nixon years based on documents from the federal government, private foundations, researchers, the media, and oral history interviews

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[Review of the book Children's interests/mothers' rights: The shaping of America's child care policy]
Hawes, Joseph M., Summer 2000
History of Education Quarterly, 40(2), 233-235

A review of a history of child care policy in the United States in the twentieth century

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[Review of the book Constructing the child: A history of Canadian day care]
Richardson, Theresa R., 1998
History of Education Quarterly, 38(1), 98-99

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[Review of the book The debate over child care, 1969-1990: A sociohistorical analysis]
Tropea, Joseph L., 1995
History of Education Quarterly, 35(1), 88-90

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[Review of the book Making play work: The promise of after-school programs for low-income children]
Nawrotzki, Kristen Dombkowski, 2004
History of Education Quarterly, 44(3), 433-434

A review of a history of urban after-school programs in the United States

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[Review of the book A mother's job: The history of day care, 1890-1960]
Nawrotzki, Kristen Dombkowski, 2000
History of Education Quarterly, 40(1), 88-90

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[Review of the book The politics of Australian child care: From philanthropy to feminism]
Varga, Donna, 1996
History of Education Quarterly, 36(3), 316-317

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[Review of the book Preschool education in America: The culture of young children from the colonial era to the present]
Wrigley, Julia, 1996
History of Education Quarterly, 36(4), 515-517

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The struggle begins early: Head Start and the Mississippi Freedom Movement
Hale, Jon N., November, 2012
History of Education Quarterly, 52(4), 506-534

A historical account of the relationship between Head Start as it developed both in Mississippi and nationally, and the Mississippi Freedom Movement

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Transitory connections: The reception and rejection of Jean Piaget's psychology in the nursery school movement in the 1920s and 1930s
Beatty, Barbara, November 2009
History of Education Quarterly, 49(4), 442-464

A history of the acceptance of the educational and psychological theories of Jean Piaget in both the British and the American nursery school movements between 1920 and 1940

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Urban reform and the schools: Kindergartens in Massachusetts, 1870-1915
Lazerson, Marvin, 1971
History of Education Quarterly, 11(2), 115-142

History of the development of kindergarten as a crucial point of child socialization and emancipation in Massachusetts, 1870-1915

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