After the Education Wars

“Public education bureaucrats and corporate education ‘reformers’ are sworn enemies, but they have this in common–both want to impose a single top-down vision of American schools. In “After the Education Wars,” Andrea Gabor uses a rich array of examples to show that a different model–one that utilizes a strategy of continuous improvement, powered from the bottom up – holds far greater promise for improving America’s schools. This book belongs on the bookshelf (or the Kindle) of anyone interested in genuine education reform.”
—David Kirp, author of “Improbable Scholars and Professor of the Graduate School,” University of California at Berkeley