Carl Glickman is President of the Institute for Schools, Education, and Democracy and former University Professor at The University of Georgia-Athens
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for Schools, Education, and Democracy, Univ. of Georgia) brings together essays from five educational leaders-Deborah Meier, who has been instrumental. Glickman is the Roy F. and Joann Cole Mitte Endowed Chair in School Improvement at Texas State University-San Marcos and was formerly University Professor of Education, The University of Georgia. Библиографические данные. Those who dared: five visionaries who changed American education.
Advance Praise for Those Who Dared: ''During the last half century, five heroes changed how we think about, lead, study, and organize American education. Their stories are powerful reminders that individuals can make a difference. -Donna E. Shalala, former . Secretary of Health and Human Services ''A joy to read. It inspires one to go the next step just as these remarkable leaders have done and continue to do every moment of their lives. -Anne L Bryant, National School Boards Association ''I hope this book will be read and treasured.
Books Glickman, Carl (E. 2008 Those Who Dared: Five Visionaries Who Changed American Education. New York: Teachers College Press. Heaton, Ruth M. 2000 Teaching Mathematics to the New Standards: Relearning the Dance. New York: Teachers College Press
Books Glickman, Carl (E. Horton, Myles and Paulo Freire 1990 We Make the Road By Walking: Conversation and Education and Social Change. Brenda Bell, John Gaventa, and John Peters (Ed. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Noguera, Pedro A. 2008 The Trouble With Black Boy. nd Other Reflections on Race, Equity, and the Future of Public Education.
Those Who Dared: Five Visionaries Who Changed American Education: ISBN 9780807749166 (978-0-8077-4916-6) Softcover, Teachers College Press, 2008. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
This book ranges from personal to imminently practical to passionately political, with each writer offering a perspective on what it takes to sustain major school change. Publication Information. New York, NY : Teachers College Press.
In Those Who Dared: Five Visionaries Who Changed American Education, published by Teachers College Press (2008) .
In Those Who Dared: Five Visionaries Who Changed American Education, published by Teachers College Press (2008), a group of path-breaking education reformers-including two with direct ties to TC-recount their efforts to change the way American schools work.
Paperback ISBN13: 978-0807744277. Paperback ISBN13: 978-0807749166. Supervision and Instructional Leadersh. ISBN13: 978-0133411096.
For decades, practically every major initiative in American education (from top-down standards to the testing movement) has moved decision-making farther away from the school. Fighting against this trend throughout their careers, Deborah Meier, John Goodlad, James Comer, Ted Sizer, and Henry Levin have worked to give our schools back the ability to educate students in the broadest and richest traditions of activity, inquiry, and problem solving. Now these visionary educators have joined together to share personal stories of the challenges and triumphs they faced and their ideas of what education can and must be for every student. Serving as an inspirational call to action for those seeking to be more involved in the urgent and continuing efforts to restore America’s public schools, this book:
Brings together the experiences and insights of greatly influential and progressive educational leaders of the past half-century…and they are still working today! Ranges from highly personal to imminently practical to passionately political, with each writer offering a unique perspective on what it takes to sustain major school change. Recounts the many instances when the authors thought beyond the conventional boundaries of educational practice to find innovative solutions in a number of critical areas, including developing more effective curriculum and assessment, expanding the benefits of gifted education to every child, strengthening school/community partnerships, and addressing the specific needs of small schools and learning communities.