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Politics and public education

Edgewood v. Kirby and the reform of public school financing in Texas
  • 117 Pages
  • 0.25 MB
  • English
West Pub. Co. , Minneapolis/St. Paul
Education -- Finance -- Law and legislation -- Texas., Education and state -- T



StatementGregory G. Rocha, Robert H. Webking.
ContributionsWebking, Robert H., 1951-
LC ClassificationsKFT1590.Z9 R63 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 117 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1458520M
ISBN 100314013024
LC Control Number93114211

The Politics of Public Education critically examines the key issues facing educational systems today and explores the implications for education policy makers, professionals, and researchers. Drawing on empirical evidence gathered over the past twenty years, Helen M. Gunter confronts the current manifestations of social justice and segregation.

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See https://www. As civics instruction was curtailed, some education reformers went further in their push toward market-based policy, saying that there was too much democracy in the public education system itself. Many reformers took their cue from scholars John Chubb and Terry Moe, whose book, Politics, Markets and America’s Schools, argued that “direct.

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