Connell, William (Fraser)
CONNELL, William (Fraser)
CONNELL, William (Fraser). Australian, b. 1916. Genres: Education. Career: Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Sydney, since 1977 (Sr. Lecturer, 1951-54, Reader, 1954-55; Professor, 1955-77); Fellow, Faculty of Education, Monash University, since 1978. Member, Australian UNESCO Education Committee (Chairman, 1963-73). Lecturer in Education, University of Melbourne, 1945-46, 1950. Ed., Australian Journal of Education, 1957-73; Chairman, Australian National Committee on Social Science Teaching, 1970- 76; President, Australian Association for Educational Research, 1973. Publications: The Educational Thought and Influence of Matthew Arnold, 1950; Growing Up in an Australian City, 1957; The Foundations of Secondary Education, 1961, rev. ed., 1967; (ed.) The Foundations of Education, 1963; (co-author) Social Science for Secondary Schools, 1969; (co-author) China at School, 1974; (co-author) Twelve to Twenty: A Study of Teenagers in Sydney, 1975; The Australian Council for Educational Research 1930-1980; A History of Education in the Twentieth Century World, 1980; Reshaping Australian Education 1960-1985, 1993; Progressive Education across the Continents (in German), 1994; (ed.) Australia's First: A History of the University of Sydney, vol. II, 1940-90, 1995. Died 2001.