Realistic, Refreshing, Thought-provoking
Exposing the politics of education, sharing the important role that demographics play in learning, describing the real-life challenges that educators face, the sequence of the story.
The chapters on District 1 in NYC and the part about the failure of the San Diego public schools that recruited the business person to be their superintendent.
The author's admission that she was caught up in the accountability movement associated with NCLB and her revelation that the system is flawed and that it disadvantages low-wealth schools.
Great book for policy makers and educators!
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