Between public and private : politics, governance, and the new portfolio models for urban school reform
Source:Educational innovations, Harvard Education Press, Cambridge, Mass., p.396 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LC5131 .B485 2010
Keywords:Education, Educational change--United States, Urban schools--United States, Urban--United States
Contents: Introduction : Portfolio management models in urban school reform / Katrina E. Bulkley -- Portfolio management models and the political economy of contracting regimes / Jeffrey R. Henig -- Neoliberal school reform in Chicago? Renaissance 2010, portfolios of schools, and diverse providers / David Menefee-Libey -- Strong vision, learning by doing, or the politics of muddling through? New York City / Jonathan Gyurko and Jeffrey R. Henig -- One step back, two steps forward : the making and remaking of "radical" reform in Philadelphia / Katrina E. Bulkley, Jolley Bruce Christman, and Eva Gold -- A diverse education provider : New Orleans / Henry M. Levin, Joseph Daschbach, and Andre Perry -- Where's the management in portfolio management? Conceptualizing the role of urban school district central offices in implementation / Meredith I. Honig and Michael DeArmond -- A framework for designing governance in choice and portfolio districts : three economic criteria / Henry M. Levin -- Convergence or collision : portfolio districts, education markets, and federal education policy / Patricia Burch -- Disseminating and legitimating a new approach : the role of foundations / Sarah Reckhow -- Portfolio management models : from the practitioner's eyes / Josh Edelman -- Where public meets private : looking forward / Jeffrey R. Henig and Katrina E. Bulkley.