Richard Neumann, Division of Education

Richard Neumann, Division of Education

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OFFICE: Room 182, West Faculty Education Building
OFFICE TELEPHONE: 760-768-5539
EMAIL: Richard.Neumann@sdsu.edu

Dr. Richard Neumann, Professor of Education


EDUCATION

B.S. History, Central Connecticut State University
M.A. Education, University of Colorado, Boulder
Ph.D. Education, University of Colorado, Boulder


BACKGROUND

Professor Neumann was appointed to San Diego State University in 1991. He holds a joint appointment with the School of Teacher Education, College of Education and the Division of Education, Imperial Valley Campus. In addition to teaching at San Diego State and the University of Colorado, Dr. Neumann has taught United States history courses in public high schools, including two experimental public alternative schools based on progressive educational theory.


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Professor Neumann has published articles on student alienation and school dropouts and is author of the book "Sixties Legacy: A History of the Public Alternative Schools Movement, 1967-2001," published by Peter Lang, 2003. He has also written on social education and issues of social justice and democractic citizenship as they relate to goals of public education.


"The real voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." Marcel Proust

 

Web Links:
  1. "American Democracy at Risk" Phi Delta Kappan "American Democracy at Risk" Phi Delta Kappan
    Richard Neumann's article on the need to improve social education.
  2. Sixties Legacy at Amazon.com Sixties Legacy at Amazon.com
    New and used copies of 'Sixties Legacy: A History of the Public Alternative Schools Movement, 1967-2001.'
  3. 'Sixties Legacy' at Publisher's Website 'Sixties Legacy' at Publisher's Website
    Obtain new copies of 'Sixties Legacy' from publisher.
Author: Richard Neumann
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