'Stirring the Pot.'

Goldberg, Mark F.
October 2000
Phi Delta Kappan;Oct2000, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p160
Interviews Harold Howe II, a former United States commissioner of education, vice president of the Ford Foundation, and a university lecturer. Views on improving society and education; Topic of school desegregation; Background on Howe and career highlights.


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