U.S. Bureau of Education
The U.S. Bureau of Education, sometimes also referred to as the U.S. Office of Education was the predecessor to the United States Department of Education that was established on October 17, 1979.
The U.S. Bureau of Education first came into existence in 1867.
- Publications of the U.S. Bureau of Education, from 1867 to 1890, with Subject-index
- John Dewey and the Dawn of Social Studies: Unraveling Conflicting Interpretations of the 1916 Report
- Blame Woodrow Wilson for Americans’ Lack of Historical Literacy, National Review
- The Social Studies in Secondary Education: A Six-year Program Adapted Both to the 6-3-3 and the 8-4 Plans of Organization : Report of the Committee on Social Studies of the Commission on the Reorganization of Secondary Education of the National Education Association
- History Teacher's Magazine, Volume 8, Report of the Committee on Social Studies
- Bulletin, Issues 16-32, The Social Studies in Secondary Education
- Social Studies in Schools: A History of the Early Years, The Committee on Social Studies