Chicago School Reform: Business Control or Open Democracy?
by Julia Wrigley - 1997
Comments on the two preceding articles that examined Chicago's complex school reform efforts. The articles present differing views, with one emphasizing democratic and social issues related to reform and the other highlighting the organization of business leaders into a political force. They also raise questions about power, social movements, and ethnic/racial politics in urban settings. (Source: ERIC)
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