Holding Accountability Accountable: What Ought to Matter in Public Education

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Kenneth Sirotnik asserts that however well-intentioned, past and current accountability practices in public education are miseducative, misdirected, and misanthropic. In this provocative book, well-respected educators join Sirotnik to provide critical analyses and sophisticated perspectives on prevailing high-stakes accountability practices. They offer both conceptual and practical foundations for rethinking what it means to act responsibly when it comes to calling our schools, school systems, educators, and students into ...

Holding Accountability Accountable: What Ought to Matter in Public Education 2004, Teachers College Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780807744642

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Holding Accountability Accountable: What Ought to Matter in Public Education 2004, Teachers College Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780807744659

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