NOOK Book. The authors share how they worked to make their educational aspirations a reality while wrestling with social and economic obstacles, such as the distressed state of the communities in which these schools operated and the constant competition for resources. This book offers a guide from those who have experienced firsthand the trials and tribulations of trying to create a school from the bottom up.
It asks all the right questions, both the practical and the pedagogical. It feels like essential reading as we reconsider how our urban schools should look and function.
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USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift. Book Features: Behind the scenes accounts from the founders of innovative K—12 schools created to better serve primarily poor communities across the country. Lessons learned from school leaders, including both the rewards and challenges associated with starting a new school.
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An introduction by Pedro Noguera that situates start ups within current economic and political realities. Enabling school structure, collective responsibility, and a culture of academic optimism Jason H. Wu , Wayne K. Hoy , C.
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