BURGESS, Charles. American, b. 1932. Genres: History, Biography. Career: Chairman, Educational Policy Studies, and Professor of History of Education, University of Washington, Seattle, since 1970 (Assistant Professor, 1964-66; Associate Professor, 1966-70). National Post-Doctoral Fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1967-68; President, History of Education Society, 1971-72, and Division F, American Educational Research Association, 1977-79. Foreign Expert, People's Republic of China, 1984-85. Publications: Nettie Fowler McCormick: Profile of an American Philanthropist, 1962; (ed. with C. Strickland) Health, Growth, and Heredity: G. Stanley Hall on Natural Education, 1965; (with M. L. Borrowman) What Doctrines to Embrace: Studies in the History of American Education, 1969; Western Ideas and the Shaping of America, 1985. Address: 2111 SW 174th St., Seattle, WA 98166-3529, U.S.A.