Brookings Papers on Education Policy: 2005

Diane Ravitch (Redaktør)

Contents include: Test-Based Accountability: The Promise and the Perils Tom Loveless (Brookings)
Can the Federal Government Improve Education Research? Brian Jacob (Harvard University) and Jens Ludwig (Georgetown University )
Realizing the Promise of Brand-Name Schools Steven F. Les mer
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Contents include: Test-Based Accountability: The Promise and the Perils Tom Loveless (Brookings)
Can the Federal Government Improve Education Research? Brian Jacob (Harvard University) and Jens Ludwig (Georgetown University )
Realizing the Promise of Brand-Name Schools Steven F.Wilson (Harvard University)
School Choice: How an Abstract Idea Became a Political Reality Joseph P. Viteritti (Hunter College, CUNY)
Education Reform and Content: The Long View E.D. Hirsch Jr. (Core Knowledge Foundation)
Evidence-Based Reading Policy in the United States: How Scientific Research Informs Instructional Practices Reid Lyon and Vinita Chhabra (National Institutes of Health) and Sally E. Shaywitz and Bennett A. Shaywitz (Yale University)

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Introduction1(6)




DIANE RAVITCH

Test-Based Accountability: The Promise and the Perils7(40)




TOM LOVELESS





Comments by Robert M. Costrell and Larry Cuban

Can the Federal Government Improve Education Research?47(42)




BRIAN JACOB and JENS LUDWIG





Comments by Robert Boruch and Maris A. Vinovskis

Realizing the Promise of Brand-Name Schools89(48)




STEVEN F. WILSON





Comments by Henry Levin and Jay Mathews

School Choice: How an Abstract Idea Became a Political Reality137(38)




JOSEPH P. VITERITTI





Comments by Herbert J. Walberg and Pack J. Wolf

Education Reform and Content: The Long View175(34)




E.D. HIRSCH JR.





Comments by Michael W. Apple and J. Martin Rochester

Evidence-Based Reading Policy in the United States: How Scientific Research Informs Instructional Practices209




G. REID LYON, SALLY E. SHAYWITZ, BENNETT A. SHAYWITZ, and VINITA CHHABRA





Comment by Marilyn Jager Adams

Om forfatteren

Diane Ravitch , former Assistant Secretary of Educational Research and Improvement at the U.S. Department of Education, is the author of numerous books, including The Language Police: How Pressure Groups Restrict What Students Learn (Knopf, 2003), Left Back: A Century of Battles over School Reform (Simon & Schuster, 2001), and National Standards in American Education: A Citizen's Guide (Brookings, 1995).