I used to think-- and now I think-- : twenty leading educators reflect on the work of school reform
- Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Education Press, c2011.
- Physical description
- viii, 192 p. ; 23 cm.
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- Includes bibliographical references.
- Introduction / Richard F. Elmore
- Arguing for theory / Jean Anyon
- Metis and the metrics of success / Ernesto J. Cortés Jr.
- Passion versus purpose / Rudy Crew
- What schools can do in a democratic society / Larry Cuban
- Policy is the problem, and other hard-won insights / Richard F. Elmore
- From progressive education to educational pluralism / Howard Gardner
- Five years is not enough / Beverly L. Hall
- Reflections on inclusion / Thomas Hehir
- Ideas have sharper edges than real phenomena / Jeffrey R. Henig
- You say "expert, " I say... not so much / Frederick M. Hess
- Hope in the possible / Deborah Jewell-Sherman
- Rethinking unions' roles in education reform / Brad Jupp
- Whoever wanted a standardized child anyway? / Dennis Littky
- Rethinking trust / Deborah Meier
- "School reform" is not enough / Ron Miller
- Critical hope, in spite of it all / Sonia Nieto
- Turning around on turnarounds / Charles M. Payne
- Against the grain / Larry Rosenstock
- High-stakes progressive teacher unionism / Mark Simon
- Musings / Marshall S. Smith
- About the editor
- About the contributors.
- Publication date
- edited by Richard F. Elmore.
- Title Variation
- Twenty leading educators reflect on the work of school reform
- 20 leading educators reflect on the work of school reform