Kenneth Noble Wins Best Essay Prize by a Graduate Student

Kenneth Noble, a PhD student specializing in Social Foundations of Education, has won the History of Education Society’s Henry Barnard Prize for the best essay by a graduate student for his research paper, “‘A more meaningful democracy than we ourselves possess’:  Charles S. Johnson and the Education Mission to Japan, 1945-1952.”  The History of Education Society meeting, to be held in Nashville in November 2013, will devote a session to Kenneth’s research paper.  He will also be publishing it in the society’s flagship journal, History of Education Quarterly.  Congratulations, Kenneth!