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NCLB and Its Wake: Bad News for Democracy

by David E. Meens & Kenneth R. Howe - 2015

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 6, 2015, p. 1-44
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17878, Date Accessed: 9/30/2020 2:37:20 AM
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  • David Meens
    University of Colorado Boulder
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    DAVID E. MEENS is a Ph.D. candidate and instructor with the University of Colorado Boulder’s School of Education and INVST Community Studies program. His research focuses on the intersection of current U.S. public school reform initiatives, education research methodology, and democratic theory. Recent publications include papers in Philosophy of Education 2013 and 2012 and a book, co-authored with Gene Glass, David Berliner, and associates, 50 Myths and Lies that Threaten America’s Public Schools: The Real Crisis in Education.
  • Kenneth Howe
    University of Colorado Boulder
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    KENNETH R. HOWE is a professor in the School of Education, University of Colorado Boulder. He specializes in professional ethics, philosophy and educational research, and evaluation and policy research. Professor Howe has conducted research and published more than 70 articles and chapters on a variety of topics, ranging from the quantitative/qualitative debate to a philosophical examination of constructivism to a defense of multicultural education. His recent research has focused on educational equality and justice, exemplified by The Dominant Conception of Educational Equality: Ideal and Ideology (2014 Philosophy of Education Society presidential address) and the nature of scientific research in education, exemplified by Philosophy of Education and Other Educational Sciences (2014 Theory and Research in Education).
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