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Frogs into princes: writings on school reform

By: Cuban, Larry.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publisher: New York Teachers College Press 2008Description: xi, 204 p.ISBN: 9780807748596.Subject(s): Educational change - United States | Education and state - United States | Education, Urban | Public schools - United StatesDDC classification: 370.973 Summary: Here is the essential collection of Larry Cuban’s writings on urban school reform spanning his 45-year career. These carefully selected studies and articles examine instructional, curricular, organizational, and governance reform in mostly poor and minority districts and schools. The volume includes an Introduction and Epilogue that frames the book, giving readers a sense of Cuban’s career as teacher, administrator, and researcher and how those experiences were intimately tied to the writings presented here. Cuban’s deep compassion for students and educators and his commitment to educational equality for all children is evident in every page of this stunning collection. (http://store.tcpress.com/0807748595.shtml)
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Here is the essential collection of Larry Cuban’s writings on urban school reform spanning his 45-year career. These carefully selected studies and articles examine instructional, curricular, organizational, and governance reform in mostly poor and minority districts and schools. The volume includes an Introduction and Epilogue that frames the book, giving readers a sense of Cuban’s career as teacher, administrator, and researcher and how those experiences were intimately tied to the writings presented here. Cuban’s deep compassion for students and educators and his commitment to educational equality for all children is evident in every page of this stunning collection.
(http://store.tcpress.com/0807748595.shtml)

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