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Marketing Schools, Marketing Cities: Who Wins and Who Loses When Schools Become Urban Amenities


reviewed by Corey Savage ó April 18, 2014

coverTitle: Marketing Schools, Marketing Cities: Who Wins and Who Loses When Schools Become Urban Amenities
Author(s): Maia B. Cucchiara
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago
ISBN: 022601682X, Pages: 304, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 18, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17503, Date Accessed: 8/1/2014 9:52:47 AM

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  • Corey Savage
    Michigan State University
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    COREY SAVAGE is a doctoral student at Michigan State University. Prior to joining MSU, he worked as a data analyst for Achievement First Public Charter Schools and as a programmer in the K-12 education division at MDRC. Mr. Savage received his bachelorís degree from the University of Massachusetts, masterís degree in secondary education from the University of Massachusetts, and masterís degree in education and social policy from New York University. His doctoral work focuses on teacher quality and governance issues in both American and comparative international contexts.
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