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- The Crucial Voice of the People, Past and Present (2nd ed.)
Bekijk video. Engels Druk: 2nd Edition september Paperback pagina's Alle productspecificaties. Productbeschrijving Here is a fresh, common-sense take on education reform, not by an educator or administrator or politico, but by a concerned mother and citizen who dares to proclaim that America is NOT offering a quality education to ALL its children.
The Crucial Voice of the People, Past and Present: Education's Missing Ingredient
Young sees an effective public education system as a fundamental function of a strong republic. Yet opposing political agendas are directing federal, state, and local lawmakers toward failed programs, wasted dollars, and poor results for American public education. In The Crucial Voice of the People, Past and Present, Young presents important insights into what can be done to fix America's public education system. Her research and observations are eye opening and provide all readers with a galvanizing focus on what needs to be done and how to get there.
But most importantly, the book energizes parents with new ideas and tools to improve the schools in their own communities. The Crucial Voice of the People, Past and Present is a call to the public education system to openly listen and to communities to make themselves heard. Toon meer Toon minder.
Recensie s Young asks insightful questions that force us to dig deeply into our values as parents and educators. She reminds us what's important about public education and why we should stop fighting and start solving the crisis before us. D, developmental psychologist; president, National ParentNet Association; fellow, Institute for Social Innovation, Fielding Graduate University I have read with great interest Victoria Young's anecdotal expose of the failures of public education and must agree with her conclusion - substantive improvement in public education will require involvement of the entire community.
Young provides her readers with invaluable insights on what might be done to address an array of issues plaguing American education. At a time of polarizing debates and policy paralysis, Young provides parents, educators and policymakers with a perspective that is refreshing, original and most importantly, optimistic. Noguera Ph. This second edition provides parents with tools and ideas on how to contribute to and improve education in their communities. Without those parents who question and point out those unique community needs and history, schools will never truly meet the needs of children.
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This is a call to parents sitting on the sidelines. Her research and observations are excellent and remind us that public schools should be open to both the needs and ideas of those for whom they were created to serve. Young had written this book earlier. My children's outcome may have been different; their lives would have surely been changed.
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In the era of accountability, it is important to remember that we are all accountable for the education of our children. Problem URL. Describe the connection issue.
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The Crucial Voice of the People, Past and Present (2nd ed.)
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Rather than being a case for continued experimental pieces of reform, the book calls for a national expansion, implemented systemically, that replaces the outdated system. The book affirms that, while experiments of innovation are recognized and appreciated, the need to genuinely look at the nationwide transformation of the entire system will be a better position to ensure a rethinking of economic, academic and measurement interests.