6 edition of Market-Based Reforms in Urban Education found in the catalog.
February 1, 2002
by Economic Policy Inst
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||62|
Dr. White's research focuses on market-based education reforms in urban communities (e.g., school choice, charter schools, deregulation of teacher education) and its curricular, pedagogical and cultural significance for teachers, students, and communities. The evidence on these reforms, and the extent to which policy makers attend to such evidence, stands to affect the educations of millions of U.S. children, making the political contexts under which effective research utilization takes place a key area for empirical investigation.
1. American Education: A History by Wayne J. Urban and Jennings L. Wagoner, Jr.. This book seems like a good starting point, as it details the history of American Education from pre-colonial days on (including a look at Native American education before colonization).Author: Amanda Kay Oaks. In a massive survey of urban education, Education Week concluded that “most 4th graders who live in U.S. cities can’t read and understand a simple children’s book, and most 8th graders can.
Buy Color of School Reform: Race, Politics, and the Challenge of Urban Education 99 edition () by Jeffrey Henig, Richard Hula, Marion Orr and Desiree Pedescleaux for up to 90% off at : Princeton University Press. Urban students were equally or more likely than other students to have families with certain characteristics that have been found to support desirable education outcomes, including high parental educational attainment, high expectations for their children's education, and .
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Among the many ideas for reforming urban education are those that fit loosely under the rubric of market-based reforms. They include various forms of public school choice, charter schools, voucher programs, and the use of education management organizations. She is the editor of Holding Schools Accountable: Performance-Based Reform in Education (Brookings Institution ) and is the co-author (with Edward Fiske) of When Schools Compete: A Cautionary Tale (Brookings Institution ), which draws lessons for the U.S.
from New Zealand's experience with self-governing schools, parental choice, and by: Market-based reforms in urban education. [Helen F Ladd; Economic Policy Institute.] -- Uses the market framework to organize the extensive evidence on the effects of market-based reforms, including analyses of experiences in the United States as well as analyses of the outcomes of.
Market-Based Reforms in Urban Education. Ladd, Helen F. This paper is for policymakers, advocates, and analysts who understand that the issues surrounding the introduction of more market-based mechanisms into education are complex and who accept the view that evidence is Cited by: Market-based Reforms in Urban Education.
We discuss the implications of these findings for market-based education reform. This is the accepted version. Book. Full-text : Helen F. Ladd. Market-based Reforms in Urban Education | EPI Book. By Helen F. Ladd Book. Load more Search for: Advanced search Sign up to stay informed. Track EPI on Twitter.
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Ghetto Schooling: A Political Economy of Urban Educational Reform [Anyon, Jean] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ghetto Schooling: A Political Economy of Urban Educational Reform Anyon starts with the premise that urban education's problems lie not within the schools themselves but rather in the "economic and political Cited by: SECTION VII.
Policy and Reforms. Race, Research & Urban Education, Gloria Ladson-Billings. The Evolving Landscape of School Choice in the United States, Mark Berends. School Reform & School Choice, Adrienne D. Dixson, Camika Royal and Kevin Lawrence Henry, Jr. Charter Schools & Urban Education Reform, Thandeka K.
Chapman. market-based reforms, by creating such informal administrative arrange- ments, serve to supplement formal arrangements and increase the scope and influence of government administration, not. The authors situate the emergence and effects of contemporary market-based reforms within a framework of urban political economy that centers on racial inequality.
They discuss how and why market-based reforms have evolved alongside racialized political and economic trends that have transformed cities over the past century, and they critically evaluate the research literature in light of Cited by: Books shelved as urban-education: Educating Esmé: Diary of a Teacher's First Year by Esmé Raji Codell, Ghetto Schooling: A Political Economy of Urban Edu.
Noted scholar Pauline Lipman explores the implications of education accountability reforms, particularly in urban schools, in the current political, economic, and cultural context of intensifying globalization and increasing social inequality and Cited by: Urban education is defined as schooling that takes place in urban environment.
The aim of urban education studies is to determine how urban conditions affect the quality and other aspects of education. One problem in urban education studies is defining the term urban in this context. Urban is contrasted with rural in many sociological and.
Ghetto schooling: a political economy of urban educational reform User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Writing passionately from her experience of working for reform in the inner-city schools of Newark, New Jersey, Anyon (dean, education, Rutgers Univ.) argues that reform must include efforts to 2/5(1).
Lessons Learned for Transforming Urban Public Education By: By Matthew P. Steinberg and Rand Quinn Over the past 15 years, new education policies have led to a host of reforms throughout the country, spanning everything from standardized accountability testing and class size reduction to school choice and merit pay, to name just a few.
Books shelved as education-reform: The Death and Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice Are Undermining Education by Diane Ravi. So Much Reform, So Little Change: The Persistence of Failure in Urban Schools. Professor Charles Payne Committee on Education Member Charles Payne argues in this book that most education policy discussions are disconnected from the daily realities of urban schools, especially those in poor and beleaguered neighborhoods.
The progress of turnaround, a school reform approach that gained national prominence in urban education in the late s, provides insight into the tension between small- and large-scale reform. Originating in the business sector, turnaround referred to rapid school improvement achieved through dramatic interventions such as staff Cited by: 1.
A New View of Urban Education Reform Mark R. Warren In this article, Mark R. Warren argues that if urban school reform in the United States is to be successful, it must be linked to the revitalization of the communities around our schools.
The false markets of market-based school reform. By. It is often said that many of today’s education reform policies are about capitalizing on the virtues of free markets, or trying to use. The expression “market-based reform” (or some variation thereof) gets thrown about by folks on both sides of the education reform debate.
Opponents use it Author: Peter C. Cook. Which “Market-Based” Education Reform? by Conor P. Williams J After I finished college, I went to teach first grade at a charter school in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, so I have complicated, conflicted views on education reform that are at once personal and political.