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ISBN:
081577351X
Author:
Diane Ravitch
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Brookings Institution Press (June 1, 1996)
Pages:
242 pages
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Updating her highly acclaimed book, Diane Ravitch presents the latest information on the debate over national .

Updating her highly acclaimed book, Diane Ravitch presents the latest information on the debate over national standards and assessments. Ensuring a rigorous liberal education for all is asking a lot in a contentious democracy like ours. Is it possible to educate every child to the same high standards? Is it politically feasible? Will raising standards help or hinder poor minority children? Ravitch sees where these land mines are buried and her book provides an indispensable diagram for getting around them.

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In this book, nationally recognized education authority Diane Ravitch explains the origins of the movement to establish national standards and assessments; examines its rationale; defines what standards are and the purposes they might serve in education; explores the history.

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the prospects for a national system of standards and assessments.

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Diane Ravitch-former assistant secretary of education and a leader in the drive to create a national curriculum-examines her career in education reform and repudiates positions that she once staunchly advocated.

By Diane Ravitch May 1, 2011. No one could be more qualified to write a book about national standards in education than Diane Ravitch. The Washington Times. The ongoing debate about national education standards and assessment in the . has created as much confusion as it has solutions. What has been needed is an examination of the educational, historical, political, and social issues related to the development of such standards. Ravitch provides such a foundation. Brookings Institution Press, May 1, 2011.

Ravitch's first book The Great School Wars (1974) is a. .National Standards in American Education: A Consumer's Guide (1995).

Ravitch's first book The Great School Wars (1974) is a history of New York City public schools. It described alternating eras of centralization and decentralization  . New Schools for a New Century: The Redesign of Urban Education (1997).

Updating her highly acclaimed book, Diane Ravitch presents the latest information on the debate over national standards and assessments.

"Ensuring a rigorous liberal education for all is asking a lot in a contentious democracy like ours. Is it possible to educate every child to the same high standards? Is it politically feasible? Will raising standards help or hinder poor minority children? Ravitch sees where these land mines are buried and her book provides an indispensable diagram for getting around them."—The Wall Street Journal

"A simple message lies at the heart of Diane Ravitch's new book.... If clear and consistent goals of learning could be set for all American children, rich and poor, gifted and ordinary, then all of these children would end up better educated than they now are likely to be."—The New York Times

"No one could be more qualified to write a book about national standards in education than Diane Ravitch."—The Washington Times

"The ongoing debate about national education standards and assessment in the U.S. has created as much confusion as it has solutions. What has been needed is an examination of the educational, historical, political, and social issues related to the development of such standards. Ravitch provides such a foundation."—Choice