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Sound and Fury Signifying Something: The Political Consequences of the Opt Out Movement


by David Casalaspi - 2021


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 123 Number 5, 2021, p. 1-26
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23679, Date Accessed: 12/3/2021 10:52:44 PM
 
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  • David Casalaspi
    Teach For America
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    DAVID CASALASPI, Ph.D., is senior managing director of research and systems change at Teach For America. He is a former professor of education policy at Colby College and former policy advisor at the National Governors Association. His previous and ongoing research explores how education policymaking shapes, and is shaped by, democratic practice. This article is adapted from a chapter in a larger monograph titled National Reform, Grassroots Resistance, and the “New Politics of Education”: The Opt Out Movement in New York, which was produced with generous support from the Michigan State University Education Policy Center. Dr. Casalaspi has a Ph.D. from Michigan State University and a BA from the University of Virginia.
 
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