A School for Every Child: School Choice in America Today
Sandra Harris, Sandra Lynn Tillman Lowery
Scarecrow Press, Incorporated, Apr 1, 2002 - Education - 151 pages
In recent years, the many options for alternative school structures have become a pervasive reality for parents and educators alike. Professional educators Drs. Harris and Lowery present a compelling and detailed analysis of the practical and philosophical questions that arise when choosing a magnet, independent, religious, or home schooling system. With millions of children in some sort of alternative school, and with the importance of these questions ever on the rise in the political arena, A School for Every Child is an indispensable tool for anyone interested in the state of education today.
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