Rescuing the public schools: what it will take to leave no child behind
What would a truly democratic, functional, and educationally productive system look like? How did we arrive at our current system? How can an informed public work to reshape the system equitably? How can educators partner with their broader communities? In this provocative book, renowned expert Evans Clinchy shows how we can revitalize American public education and build a new system that will serve all children, rich and poor, foreign or native-born. Everyone who cares about public education should read this inspiring book.
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