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by Amy Stuart Wells

Download Time to Choose: America at the Crossroads of School Choice Policy (New Frontiers of Education) ePub
  • ISBN 0809015633
  • ISBN13 978-0809015634
  • Language English
  • Author Amy Stuart Wells
  • Publisher Hill & Wang Pub; English Language edition (October 1, 1993)
  • Pages 225
  • Formats lrf mobi mbr txt
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1364 kb
  • Size Fb2 1671 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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Explores the philosophical principles, compromises, and current debate surrounding educational goals, parents' rights, and school choice

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This book examines various school choice alternatives and the educational philosophies underlying them, as well as providing an overview of the history of alternative education . New Frontiers of Education.

This book examines various school choice alternatives and the educational philosophies underlying them, as well as providing an overview of the history of alternative education programs in the United States. An attempt is made to dispel the notion that all school choice plans are created equal and to show that, depending on the goals, some plans are better than others. This book examines various school choice alternatives and the educational philosophies underlying them, as well as providing an overview of the history of alternative education programs in the United States.

Amy Stuart Wells's Time to Choose provides the first lucid and comprehensive guide to the welter of programs offered under the banner of choice and the educational philosophies underlying them, as well as a In the whirlwind of debate surrounding the future of the American educational system, perhaps no issue is as complicated-or as misunderstood-as that.

10 Amy Stuart Wells, Time to Choose: America at the Crossroads of School Choice Policy. 12 Thomas W. Lyons, Parochiaid? Yes! Education Leadership, November 1971, pp. 102-104, and Glenn L. Archer, Parochiaid? No! Education Leadership, November 1971, pp. 105-107.

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Three studies released in the last month look at the long-term effects of different types of school choices on different types of adult behavior. 19 July at 08:47 ·. "First rule of school choice: Don’t condemn other people’s choices.

New York Times Ms. Ravitc. rites with enormous authority and . Over time there have been a million utopian projects to reform education, to make it fit the politics, the economic and technological plans o. . rites with enormous authority and common sense. The Nation In an age when almost everybody has an opinion about schools, Ravitch's name must be somewhere near the top of the Rolodex of every serious education journalist in this country. Over time there have been a million utopian projects to reform education, to make it fit the politics, the economic and technological plans of as many different "stakeholders" as there have been generations of students.

His 1963 book, The Messianic Character of American Education, argued .

His 1963 book, The Messianic Character of American Education, argued that the government school represented primitivism and chaos. Public education, he said, basically trains women to be men and has leveled its guns at God and family. These were not merely abstract academic debates.

Countries need to help students reach their potential by the creation of high-quality, diverse programs that equip them for success in the labor market. Our pursuit of growth and prosperity-and the economic future of the region- depends on it.