What's Wrong with Public Education Governance in Big Cities . . . And How Should It Be Fixed?
by Paul Hill — 2003
This chapter comes down firmly on the “yea” side of the governance in education debate. But it further argues that governance of public education, especially in big cities, often matters for the worse. It shows how current governance arrangements burden and disrupt schools, tells how governance came to have such adverse effects, and suggests how public governance can be made school-friendly.
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