The Case for Change: Rethinking the Preparation of Educators

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Wiley, Feb 19, 1993 - Education - 317 pages
So many reformers talk about fundamental changes in schooling without understanding what such deep changes entail for children, teachers, and administrators. Seymour Sarason does. In his provocative, mind-bAnding and passionate style, Sarason again argues against short-term repairs of schools. He seeks long-term prevention and he sees the lever, as John Goodlad did, in the preparation of teachers. Add this to your small library of wisdom about school reform.


?Larry Cuban, professor of education, Stanford University.

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Contents

A Litany of Inadequacies
1
Unused Personal Experience
8
Underestimating Complexity
18
Copyright

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SEYMOUR B. SARASON is professor emeritus of psychology in the Department of Psychology and at the Institute for Social and Policy Studies at Yale University. He is the author of numerous books, including The Predictable Failure of Educational Reform (Jossey-Bass, 1990), and The Making of an American Psychologist: An Autobiography (Jossey-Bass, 1988).

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