With American public education caught in a dual crisis—of both its performance and its legitimacy—educational governance has found itself increasingly on trial or under attack. This yearbook examines the sources of both crises and assesses the startling range of reform measures—many of which would, not so long ago, have seemed unthinkable—that are now being adopted. Authors include Jane Hannaway, Kenneth Strike, Tyll van Geel, Paul Hill, Allan Odden, Luvern Cunningham, Michael Kirst, James Cibulka, Jack Jennings, Bruce Cooper, Charles Taylor Kerchner, Frederick Hess, Joseph Cronin, Michael Usdan, Carolyn Herrington, and Frances Fowler.
|Publisher:||The National Society For The Study Of Ed|
|Series:||National Society for the Study of Education Yearbooks Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
WIllaim L. Boyd is the Batschelet Chair Professor of Educational Administration at Pennsylvania State University.