School Reform: The Critical Issues
by P.A. Riley, L.T. Izumi, W.M. Evers
Publisher: Hoover Institution Press 2001
Number of pages: 438
This book explores a wide range of critical areas in education, examines the basic nature of our education problems, provides a clear understanding of underperformance, and proposes reasonable and effective strategies for success.
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This book is the result work by undergraduate students in an introductory course labeled The American School offered at Northern Michigan University. The focus of the course was to engage non-educators in discussions about American schooling.
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