|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Jim Horn is Professor of Educational Leadership at Cambridge College, and he has published widely on education issues related to policy, theory, research, and politics. With co-author, Denise Wilburn, he published The Mismeasure of Education in 2013.
Table of Contents
Introduction: “Negro Problems” and Philanthropic Solutions
Chapter 1: The New Gospel of “Work and Money”
Chapter 2: Broken Windows Theory and the KIPP Teaching Model
Chapter 3: Neoliberalism Goes to School (by Scott Ellison)
Chapter 4: Whence No Excuses?
Chapter 5: KIPP and the Teaching Profession
Chapter 6: The KIPP Teaching Experience
Chapter 7: Teacher Highs and Lows
Chapter 8: What Was it Like to Teach at KIPP?
Chapter 9: Teach for America’s Socialization and Manipulation (by Barbara Veltri)
Chapter 10: “KIPP is the grad school for TFA gluttons for punishment”
Chapter 11: Special Needs Students and the KIPP Model: “A Lawsuit Waiting to Happen”
Chapter 12: The Final KIPP Interview
Chapter 13: The Reach of the KIPP Model
Chapter 14: A Model Whose Time Has Past
Chapter 15: Another Generation of the KIPP Model?
Chapter 16: The KIPP Fresno Story
Chapter 17: The KIPP Model and the Media