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California Schools Magazine (2 Year Subscription)

2 Year Subscription = $38 (8 issues)

Each quarter, California Schools delivers important information affecting our K-12 schools straight to our subscribers’ mailboxes. Our news features provide in-depth examinations of the issues affecting public education, showing what works at the local level along with statewide and nation



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Public School Advantage: Why Public Schools Outperform Private SchoolsAuthors: Christopher A. Lubienski and Sarah Theule Lubienski
Binding: Paperback
Publication Date: 11/7/2013

Nearly the whole of America’s partisan politics centers on a single question: Can markets solve our social problems? And for years this question has played out ferociously in the debates about how we should educate our children. From the growth of vouchers and charter schools to the implementation of No Child Left Behind, policy makers have increasingly turned t


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Measuring Up: Standards, Assessment, and School ReformAuthor: Robert Rothman
Binding: Hardcover
Publication Date: 3/29/1995

If educational assessment reform proceeds on schedule, students of the '90s need never fear that standardized test results will be forever emblazoned on their permanent records. An educational revolution is under way to promote the use, in elementary and secondary schools, of performance-based outcomes that would be measured against predetermined standards in lieu of input-based assessments, such as multiple-ch


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Schools of Quality (3rd Edition)Author: John Jay Bonstingl
Binding: Paperback
Publication Date: 3/12/2001

Successful schools are built on a strong foundation of quality. In this book, Bonstingl outlines the blueprints for creating such a foundation and provides practical tools and examples for putting the quality philosophy to work at every level. By applying these principles, administrators can have more collaborative and trusting relationships with their colleagues and staff. Teachers can develop their stud


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