Public Education: An Autopsy / Edition 1 available in Paperback
In this blistering critique of our failing public schools and our fuzzy thinking about how to fix them, Myron Lieberman explains why public education is in irreversible and terminal decline and tells us what we must do to get American schooling back on track. No other book on educational policy or reform covers such a broad range of issues or draws upon such extensive empirical data across such diverse academic disciplines. This is a refreshingly clear analysis of our educational crisis and a rallying cry for market-system approaches to school reform. Nobody emerges unscathedLieberman's analysis challenges the advocates of choice as well as the defenders of the public schools.
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About the Author
Myron Lieberman was Senior Research Scholar at the Social Philosophy and Policy Center, Bowling Green State University, and Chairman of the Educational Policy Institute in Washington, DC.