His areas of research interest and experience include the history and philosophy of curriculum, the effects of stigmatization of students (and in particular, special needs children), the evaluation of postsecondary instruction, and the future of the rural elementary school. These areas of interest are reflected in his record of research, teaching, and service and in the grants and publications therein.
His service to the University community includes participation at the Department, School, and University levels on personnel and curriculum committees, University governance, and as chair of his department. He is active in the Lawrence community on service organizations.
- Ph.D., Education, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1969
- M.A., Education, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1965
- B.A., English, History, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 1963
Curriculum & Instruction
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