The Odyssey of an American School System: Volusia County Schools, 1854-2000

By: Langlotz, Patricia Callan, et. Al.

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238 pp. Light dampness rippling along bottom margin of text; light dampness staining rear inside cover. Moderate wear on spine top. No markings or writing. A comprehensive history of Volusia County's public schools, past and present. (Volusia encompasses Daytona Beach and DeLand Florida) Many historical b&w photos of century-old school houses. Chapter 2 may be of greatest interest: A list and description of former schools no longer in operation. Current buildings and their descriptions also are catalogued, along with biographical material on school superintendents and a directory of school principals. Text includes material on the desegregation of the school system in the 1950s and '60s. Langlotz was the chief writer, but the project was a committee endeavor led by Karen Beattie. Other co-authors included Angie Forest; Dianne Gilpatrick and Anita Strawn. Size: 8.25 in Tall By 11 in Wide

Title: The Odyssey of an American School System: Volusia County Schools, 1854-2000

Author Name: Langlotz, Patricia Callan, et. Al.

Categories: Rare/Scarce, Education,

Edition: First Edition.

Publisher: DeLand, Florida, Volusia County Schools: 2000

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Book

Seller ID: 006085

Keywords: EDUCATION. HISTORY. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. FLORIDA VOLUSIA COUNTY TEACHERS