Myths of Educational Choice

Myths of Educational Choice

Myths of Educational Choice

Myths of Educational Choice

Synopsis

This volume is a thorough and comprehensive examination of the concerns about educational choice. Pearson identifies errors, omissions, and fallacies in the economic and political theories used to justify choice and raises questions about the potential impacts of choice on both urban and rural public schools and consumers. The range of potential consequences of choice have not been thoroughly examined before implementation--a serious problem because educational choice may undermine the basic principles of public education in a democratic society and increase existing inequities in educational opportunities for many students.
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