Class Action: How to Create Accountability, Innovation, and Excellence in American Schools

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Villard Books, 1995 - Education - 162 pages
Many books have criticized America's schools. This exciting and controversial book--by the founder and president of The Princeton Review--can change them. The book provides compelling answers to American education's most pressing dilemmas--and demonstrates how individuals can play a role in solving them.

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Contents

Get to the Point
65
Chapter 9Implications for Teachers
127
Chapter 10School Choice
141
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Katzman graduated from Princeton University in 1980. After working briefly on Wall Street, he founded The Princeton Review in 1981.

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