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The visibility on the web of Maxine Greene is defined by a score of 6.38 out of 10. Maxine can be caracterized according to the following keywords: Center, Teachers, Education, Social, Philosopher, College, Aesthetic, Professor, Imagination, Inside. Dr. Sarah Maxine Greene was an American educational philosopher, author, social activist, and teacher. People that could be related to Maxine are Sarah Maxine, Saw Arts.


Dr. Sarah Maxine Greene (née Meyer; December 23, 1917 – May 29, 2014) was an American educational philosopher, author, social activist, and teacher. Described upon her death as "perhaps the most iconic and influential living figure associated with [Columbia's] Teachers College," she was a pioneer for women in the field of philosophy of education, often being the sole woman presenter at educational philosophy conferences as well as being the first woman president of the Philosophy of Education Society in 1967. Additionally, she was the first woman to preside over the American Educational Research Association in 1984.

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