Published October 30, 2004
by Praeger Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||E. Wayne Ross (Editor), David A. Gabbard (Editor), Kathleen R. Kesson (Editor), Kevin D. Vinson (Editor), Sandra Mathison (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||921|
Defending Public Schools addresses the historical, current, and future context of public schools in the United States. While the essays provide an overview of education and schooling issues, the overarching concern is that public schools are under attack and deserve to be : Kathleen Kesson. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Defending public schools. Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers, (OCoLC) Online version: Defending public. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Defending public schools. Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. [Winner of the “Critics Choice Award” from the American Educational Studies Association] Defending public schools, as we propose to do in the pages of this book, does not mean that one must be a cheerleader for all that currently goes on in.
Free Online Library: Defending quality public education for all.(Interview) by "Black Issues Book Review"; Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Discrimination in education Prevention Educational discrimination School integration Management. He is the General Editor of the four-volume Defending Public Schools, and Co-General Editor of the four-volume series Race, Ethnicity and Education. Editorial Reviews "The book has a nice selection of topics and all topics are well presented."Author: Sandra Mathison. Gabbard collaborated with E. Wayne Ross in to edit Defending Public Schools, a four-volume assessment of the public school system in the United States, both the schools themselves and the education provided therein. The contributors additionally express concern at . Defending Public Schools. Kevin Drum Political Erik Kain writes that a blog post from conservative Austin Bramwell about the benefits of public schools has “pulled me back from the brink of Author: Kevin Drum.
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