Politics, Markets, and America's Schools: A Review
by Peter W. Cookson Jr. — 1991
A review of Politics, Markets, and America’s Schools. The author argues that market-driven school choice policies are a product of our times because they place self over society, individual gain over community action, and signal to parents and children that consumership is of higher value than the larger social good.
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