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Improvement by Design: The Promise of Better Schools


reviewed by Kara S. Finnigan September 26, 2014

coverTitle: Improvement by Design: The Promise of Better Schools
Author(s): David K. Cohen, Donald J. Peurach, Joshua L. Glazer, Karen E. Gates, & Simona Goldin
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago
ISBN: 022608938X, Pages: 240, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 26, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17700, Date Accessed: 6/26/2017 6:35:22 AM

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  • Kara Finnigan
    University of Rochester
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    KARA S. FINNIGAN is an Associate Professor of Education Policy at the Warner School of Education of the University of Rochester. She has written extensively on the topics of low-performing schools and high-stakes accountability, district reform, principal leadership, and school choice. Her research blends perspectives in education, sociology, and political science; employs both qualitative and quantitative methods, including social network analysis; and focuses on urban school districts. She is co-editor of Using Research Evidence in Education: From the Capitol to the Classroom (Springer, 2014) and Thinking Systemically: Improving Districts Under Pressure (AERA, Forthcoming 2015).
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