The Schools We Deserve: Reflections on the Educational Crises of Our Times

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

"Forgetting the Questions: The Problem of Educational Reform" appeared originally in The American Scholar, vol. 50, no. 3, Summer 1981. Copyright © 1981 Diane Ravitch.

"The Schools We Deserve" appeared originally in The New Republic, April 18, 1981. Reprinted by permission of The New Republic. Copyright © 1982, The New Republic, Inc.

"The Continuing Crisis: Fashions in Education" appeared originally in The American Scholar, vol. 53, no. 2, Spring 1984. Copyright © 1984 Diane Ravitch.

"Bring Literature and History Back to Elementary Schools" appeared originally in Education Week, vol. 3, no. 16, January 11, 1984pub. Reprinted permission of Education week

"American Education: Has the Pendulum Swung Once Too Often?" appeared originally in Humanities, November 1982pub. Reprinted by permission of Humanities, the bimonthly publication of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

"Scapegoating the Teachers" appeared originally in The New Republic, November 7, 1983. Reprinted by permission of The New Republic. Copyright © 1983 The New Republic, Inc.

"The Meaning of the New Coleman Report" appeared originally in Phi Delta Kappan, June 1981. Reprinted by permission Delta Kappan.

"From History to Social Studies" was originally delivered as a lecture at the Clio Conference, University of California at Berkeley, August 21, 1984. Copyright © 1984 Diane Ravitch.

"Curriculum in Crisis: Connections Between Past and Present" appeared orifinally in Challenge to Antakan Schools: The Case Standanis and Values, ed John H. Bunzel. Reprinted by permission of oxford University Press Copyright © 1985 Oxford University Press, Inc.

"Is Education Really a Federal Issue?" appeared originally in The Washington Post, . June 5 1983. Reprinted by permission of The Washington Post.

"60s Education, 70s Benefits" appeared originally in The New York Times, June 29, 1978. Copyright © 1978 by The New York Times Company. Reprinted by permission.

"The Case of Tuition Tax Credits" appeared originally in The New Republic. December 3, 1984. Reprinted by permission of The New Republic, Inc.

"The Uses and Misuses of Tests" appeared originally in the College Board Review, No. 130, Winter 1983-1984. Reprinted by permission of the publisher of The Uses and Misuses of Tests: Examining Current Issues in Educational and Psychological Testing, ed. Charles W. Daves. Copyright © 1984 Jossey-Bass.

"On the History of Minority Group Education in the United States" appeared

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