1. This is Part I of a four-part series adapted from THE MIS-EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO by Carter G. Woodson (1933). It is an interactive classroom activity related to both History and Philosophy of American Education. Many thanks for the generosity of my readers: Jerrick Hornbeak, Grizelda MacDonald, and Joyce Mary Ray.

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  2. This is the second part of a four-part series created from THE MIS-EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO by Carter G. Woodson (1933). It is an interactive classroom activity related to both History and Philosophy of American Education. Many thanks to the generosity of my readers: Jerrick Hornbreak, Grizelda MacDonald, and Joyce Ray.

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  3. This is part three of a four-part series based upon THE MIS-EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO by Carter G. Woodson (1933). It is an interactive classroom activity related to both History and Philosophy of American Education. Many thanks to the generosity of my readers: Jerrick Hornbeak, Grizelda MacDonald, and Joyce Ray.

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  4. This the final segment of a four-part series based upon THE MIS-EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO by Carter G. Woodson (1933). It is an interactive classroom activity related to both History and Philosophy of American education. Many thanks to the generosity of my readers: Jerrick Hornbeak, Grizelda MacDonald, and Joyce Ray.

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  5. Within this movie are numerous quantitative graphs and charts illustrating the current state of education in the United States. I claim that these graphs and charts taken together create a graphical representation of the landscape of U.S. education. I created this movie to avoid having to explain each chart separately which would take too much time and put everyone to sleep! If you want to spend more time on the graphs, charts, and data, go to http://www.slideshare.net/jofoy to see the PowerPoint slides.

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Joelyn K Foy Ph.D.

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