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by Jeffrey R. Henig

Author: Jeffrey R. Henig
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Harvard Education Press (January 1, 2013)
Category: Teaching and Education
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Jeffrey R. Henig traces the roots of this tectonic shift in school governance.

The End of Exceptionalism in American Education : The Changing Politics of School Reform. Over the past fifty years, the "special status" of education decision-making has been eroded. Once the province of local and state school boards, decisions about schools and schooling have begun to emerge in every level and branch of government. In The End of Exceptionalism in American Education, Jeffrey R.

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Jeffrey Henig is the author of The End of Exceptionalism in American Education .

Jeffrey Henig is the author of The End of Exceptionalism in American Education: The Changing Politics of School Reform (Harvard Education Press, 2013). The thesis of the book is that the shift from education governance based in single-sector institutions, such as elected school boards, to broad-based institutions, such as mayor controlled school systems, has not received the attention it deserves.

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Once the province of local and state school boards, decisions about schools and schooling have begun to emerge in every level and branch of government. Carefully reasoned, astutely observed, and thoughtfully presented, this volume promises to become a classic work in our understanding of education policy-and an invaluable resource for those seeking to influence its future trajectory. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Exceptionalism in American Education," Jeffrey R. Sponsor: N/A. Authoring Institution: Harvard University, Graduate School of Education.

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Over the past fifty years, the “special status” of education decision-making has been eroded. Once the province of local and state school boards, decisions about schools and schooling have begun to emerge in every level and branch of government. In The End of Exceptionalism in American Education, Jeffrey R. Henig traces the roots of this tectonic shift in school governance. Carefully reasoned, astutely observed, and thoughtfully presented, this volume promises to become a classic work in our understanding of education policy—and an invaluable resource for those seeking to influence its future trajectory.