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Author: Helen L. Johnson,Arthur Salz
ISBN: 0805860495
Pages: 256 pages
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (July 23, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book What Is Authentic Educational Reform?: Pushing Against the Compassionate Conservative Agenda epub download

by Helen L. Johnson,Arthur Salz



Challenging the compassionate conservative agenda for educational reform - an agenda which seeks to. .

Pushing Against the Compassionate Conservative Agenda. This volume offers a useful combination of specific case studies, theory, and policy.

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the impact of the compassionate conservative agenda on educational policies and practices; the ways in which children and teachers are affected by this agenda and its policies; and.

The book considers compassionate conservative agenda for education. It offers a different vision of what it means to provide an equitable educational experience for all children. Terms & Conditions.

First Published 2008. eBook Published 25 September 2017. Pub. location New York. The book considers compassionate conservative agenda for education. Taylor & Francis Online.

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What is Authentic Educational Reform: Pushing Against the Compassionate Conservative Agenda (Routledge, 2007; paperback, 2008).

Compassionate conservatism : current myths of educational reform Finding the missing child in NCLB : pushing against the compassionate conservative agenda, Helen L. Johnson.

Compassionate conservatism : current myths of educational reform. No child left behind as political fraud, Joel Spring. The sociopolitical context of no child left behind : hard times and courageous responses, Sonia Nieto and Helen L. The impact of compassionate conservatism on educational policies and practices. The privatization of America's schools, Florence Samson and Clive Belfield. High stakes testing : inauthentic educational reform, Patrick B. Finding the missing child in NCLB : pushing against the compassionate conservative agenda, Helen L. Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Case Against Education: Why the Education System Is a Waste of Time and Money is a book written by economist Bryan Caplan and published in 2018 by the Princeton University Press.

The philosophy supports the implementation of policies designed to help the disadvantaged and alleviate poverty through the free market, envisaging a triangular relationship between government, charities and faith-based organisations.

"In response to the nationwide attacks on education in the name of educational reform packaged in No Child Left Behind, general analyses and local accounts of these attacks, as well as arguments on behalf of 'authentic educational reform' are badly needed.... This volume offers a useful combination of specific case studies, theory, and policy." - Gerald Coles, educational psychologist, US

Challenging the compassionate conservative agenda for educational reform -- an agenda which seeks to improve American education through a business model focused on scripted lessons, lock-step approaches to teaching, high stakes-testing, and rigid accountability measures -- this book critiques the assumptions of this agenda, examines the problems that have riddled its implementation in schools, and suggests constructive alternatives. Educational theorists and researchers including Joel Spring, Sonia Nieto, Bill Ayers, and Susan Ohanian, classroom teachers, and parents, offer a mix of perspectives on:

the social and political contexts of current educational reform initiatives; the impact of the compassionate conservative agenda on educational policies and practices; the ways in which children and teachers are affected by this agenda and its policies; and approaches that hold out hope for implementing authentic education reform.

Intended for education professionals, students, and scholars, What Is Authentic Educational Reform? poses more questions than it answers, but taken together, these questions constitute a foundation for a more informed and thoughtful public conversation about how to refocus reform efforts in a direction that will truly strengthen American public education for all children and their families.