We don't need another hero : struggle, hope, and possibility in the age of high-stakes schooling
Source:Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LC4091 .M46 2012
Keywords:Children of minorities--Education--United States, Children with social disabilities--Education--United States, Education, Public schools--United States, Teachers of children with social disabilities--United States, Urban--United States
Contents: Teaching in the undertow: resisting the pull of schooling-as-usual -- All together now -- We don't need another hero -- From the trading floor to the classroom: Charlie's story -- Seeing, hearing, and talking race: lessons for white teachers from teachers of color -- Fire and water: reflections on teaching in the city -- Juan at 16 -- Some kind of justice -- Ground zero -- A real alternative: tragedy and hope on Chicago's south side -- At the edges of a dream -- Elephants in the room -- Another path is possible -- The trouble with "innovation" in schools -- Race to the top of what?: in search of the democratic ideal in education.