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The Rule, Marylou And Jerome Bongiorno Jan 2017

The Rule, Marylou And Jerome Bongiorno

The Journal of Traditions & Beliefs

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Qr Code Posters: Contructing, Consuming, And Conserving America 2011, Cleveland State University Center For Public History + Digital Humanities Apr 2011

Qr Code Posters: Contructing, Consuming, And Conserving America 2011, Cleveland State University Center For Public History + Digital Humanities

Constructing, Consuming, and Conserving America

QR code posters created for Contructing, Consuming, and Conserving America 2011 Gala Event. The posters feature content from the Cleveland Historical mobile application, created by the Center for Public History and Digital Humanities. Participants in the Contructing, Consuming, and Conserving America (CCC) grant project constructed stories for the app. The posters were printed and mounted on 24" x 24" foam core and presented on easels at the closing CCC event, where attendees were encouraged to use the QR codes to visit the mobile website, view content, and download the app.


"Good Politics Is Good Government": The Troubling History Of Mayoral Control Of The Public Schools In Twentieth-Century Chicago, James (Jim) C. Carl Feb 2009

"Good Politics Is Good Government": The Troubling History Of Mayoral Control Of The Public Schools In Twentieth-Century Chicago, James (Jim) C. Carl

Curriculum & Foundations Faculty Publications

This article looks at urban education through the vantage point of Chicago's mayors. It begins with Carter H. Harrison II (who served from 1897 to 1905 and again from 1911 to 1915) and ends with Richard M. Daley (1989 to the present), with most of the focus on four long-serving mayors: William Hale Thompson (1915--23 and 1927--31), Edward Kelly (1933--47), Richard J. Daley (1955--76), and Harold Washington (1983--87). Mayors exercised significant leverage in the Chicago Public Schools throughout the twentieth century, making the history of Chicago mayors' educational politics relevant to the contemporary trend in urban education to give ...