Who's in Charge Here?: The Tangled Web of School Governance and Policy Paperback – Aug 9 2006
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Noel Epstein , former education editor of the Washington Post, is a consultant to the Education Commission of the States. He is the author of Language, Ethnicity, and the Schools (Institute for Educational Leadership, 1977), an influential work in the bilingual education debate.
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It is only common sense that institutions need to have someone in charge, someone who sets goals and strategies and is accountable for results. Read the first page
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perspective, political and legual issues that have changed the face of public schools in America. Should the federal government be involved in public education? What will be the result of such a change? What has happened to local control? What does the constitution tell us about who should govern schools? How are current curricular and personnel policies impacting the success of students. This book provides insights and answers that are critial for anyone interested in public education to read.