The right to learn: a blueprint for creating schools that work

By: Darling-Hammond, Linda
Material type: TextTextSeries: The Jossey-Bass Education SeriesPublisher: San Francisco Jossey-Bass 1997Description: xx, 394 pISBN: 9780787959425Subject(s): School management and organization - United States | Educational change - United States | Learning | Teaching - United StatesDDC classification: 371.200973 Summary: Winner of AERA Outstanding Book Award in 1998 "While she recognizes the necessity for school reform and the complexity of implementing it, Darling-Hammond remains optimistic that systemic changes to ensure access to a meaningful education for all children are possible.
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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
The Author
1 The Right to Learn 1
2 The Limits of the Education Bureaucracy 37
3 What Matters for Teaching 69
4 Teaching and Learning for Understanding 96
5 Structuring Learner-Centered Schools 148
6 Staffing Schools for Teaching and Learning 177
7 Creating Standards Without Standardization 210
8 Ensuring Access to Knowledge 261
9 Building a Democratic Profession of Teaching 293
10 Conclusion: An Agenda for Re-Creating Public Education 330
References 339

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Winner of AERA Outstanding Book Award in 1998 "While she recognizes the necessity for school reform and the complexity of implementing it, Darling-Hammond remains optimistic that systemic changes to ensure access to a meaningful education for all children are possible.

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