The Cooperative Nursery School Movement
of Southern California Oral History Project consists of eight interviews representing a
cross-section of parents, teacher, and directors who were closely associated with the
co-op nursery school movement beginning as early as 1947. These oral interviews document
first-hand accounts of local developments and provide insight into the educational
philosophies and practices that helped to shape its significance as a national
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