Kenneth Sirotnik asserts that however well-intentioned, past and
current accountability practices in public education are
"miseducative, misdirected, and misanthropic." In this provocative
book, well-respected educators join Sirotnik to provide critical
analyses and sophisticated perspectives on prevailing high-stakes
accountability practices. They offer both conceptual and practical
foundations for rethinking what it means to act responsibly when it
comes to calling our schools, school systems, educators, and
students into account.
Teachers College Press
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||School Reform S.
Kenneth A. Sirotnik
||229 x 152 x 13mm (L x W x T)
Social sciences >
Philosophy of education
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