Schoolyard Revolutions: How Research on Urban School Reform Undermines Reform
Joseph P. Viteritti examines the research on urban school reform, finding scholars so wedded to the traditional common school model that they are unable to address its failure to educate the majority of children who attend city schools. Instead of supporting equitable forms of school choice, he argues that they place the burden of proof on those who would extend the range of educational options for children consigned to failing schools.
Reconstructing American Education, Michael B. Katz
Reviewed by Joseph P. Viteritti
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