After the education wars : how smart schools upend the business of reform / Andrea Gabor.
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- ISBN: 9781620971994
- ISBN: 1620971992
- Physical Description: 373 pages ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York : The New Press, 2018.
- Copyright: ©2018
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages -358) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction : The quiet revolution -- Big dreams, small schools : how entrepreneurial rebels built a movement in New York City -- Testing power : when is disruption just ... disruptive? -- State of reform : the not-so-quiet revolution in Massachusetts -- No lone stars : how trust and collaboration in one Texas school district have created lasting reform -- The hurricane and the charters : new schools unearth old ways in New Orleans -- Conclusion : A civic action: how schools -- and society -- benefit from real democracy.
"In an entirely fresh take on school reform, business journalist and bestselling author Andrea Gabor argues that Bill Gates, Eli Broad, and other leaders of the prevailing education-reform movement have borrowed all the wrong lessons from the business world. After the Education Wars explains how the market-based measures and carrot-and-stick incentives informing today's reforms are out of sync with the nurturing culture that good schools foster and--contrary to popular belief--at odds with the best practices of thriving twenty-first-century companies as well."--Amazon.
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