One day, all children: the unlikely triumph of teach for America and what I learned along the way Kopp, Wendy

By: Kopp, Wendy
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York Public Affairs 2001Description: xiii, 193 pISBN: 1586481797; 9781586481797Subject(s): Education, Elementary and secondary - U.S | Elementary and secondary school teacher - U.S | Elementary and secondary school teaching - U.SDDC classification: 372.110973 Summary: The inspiring story of one young activist's visionary effort to revitalize our nation's neediest schools. One Day, All Children... tells the remarkable story of one young woman's tenacious grasp on a seemingly impossible dream. It reveals the struggles of an organization created by and for young idealists. But more importantly, it explores the growth of a new civil rights movement, a movement that demands educational opportunity for all Americans.
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The inspiring story of one young activist's visionary effort to revitalize our nation's neediest schools. One Day, All Children... tells the remarkable story of one young woman's tenacious grasp on a seemingly impossible dream. It reveals the struggles of an organization created by and for young idealists. But more importantly, it explores the growth of a new civil rights movement, a movement that demands educational opportunity for all Americans.

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