Kenneth Noble Receives Best Essay Prize

Kenneth Noble, a PhD student specializing in social foundations of education, has received the History of Education Society’s Henry Barnard Prize for the best essay written by a graduate student.  Kenneth’s essay, “‘A more meaningful democracy than we ourselves possess’:  Charles S. Johnson and the Education Mission to Japan, 1945-1952,” was featured at the 2013 History of Education Society conference in Nashville and will be published in the organization’s flagship journal, History of Education Quarterly.