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I used to think-- and now I think-- : twenty leading educators reflect on the work of school reform

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Harvard Education Press, Cambridge, Mass., p.192 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2805 .I9 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9332173

Keywords:

Educational change--United States

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction / Richard F. Elmore -- Arguing for theory / Jean Anyon -- Metis and the metrics of success / Ernesto J. Cortés Jr. -- Passion versus purpose / Rudy Crew -- What schools can do in a democratic society / Larry Cuban -- Policy is the problem, and other hard-won insights / Richard F. Elmore -- From progressive education to educational pluralism / Howard Gardner -- Five years is not enough / Beverly L. Hall -- Reflections on inclusion / Thomas Hehir -- Ideas have sharper edges than real phenomena / Jeffrey R. Henig -- You say "expert," I say... not so much / Frederick M. Hess -- Hope in the possible / Deborah Jewell-Sherman -- Rethinking unions' roles in education reform / Brad Jupp -- Whoever wanted a standardized child anyway? / Dennis Littky -- Rethinking trust / Deborah Meier -- "School reform" is not enough / Ron Miller -- Critical hope, in spite of it all / Sonia Nieto -- Turning around on turnarounds / Charles M. Payne -- Against the grain / Larry Rosenstock -- High-stakes progressive teacher unionism / Mark Simon -- Musings / Marshall S. Smith -- Notes -- About the editor -- About the contributors.

Publication Language:

eng