From the Campus: Perspectives on the School Reform Movement

Synopsis

This important new book assembles internationally prominent faculty and researchers providing valuable perspectives on the school reform or excellence movement. From the Campus addresses timely issues in education in a scholarly yet easy-to-read style. The contributors represent a wide variety of disciplines, including comparative and international education, history, sociology, political science, curriculum theory, testing and evaluation, school administration, special education, and more. They confront the most controversial issues in education of our time; equity and excellence, at-risk children, the education of language-minority students, the governance of education, parental choice, and the importance home, family, and of elementary and preschool education.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Lewis C. Solmon
  • Sol Cohen
  • Carl Weinberg
  • James E. Bruno
  • Frank M. Hewett
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1989