Setting the Record Straight: Responses to Misconceptions About Public Education in the U.S.
Gerald Bracey knows there are three kinds of lies in education policy: lies, damned lies, and the statistics that reactionary reformers tout as evidence in favor of dismantling our public schools. In this second and substantially updated edition of the hard-hitting Setting the Record Straight, Bracey, whom Washington Post education reporter Jay Mathews called "one of this country's most authoritative defenders of the work of public school teachers," goes toe-to-toe with the opponents of quality public education. You'll learn how to discredit them in your own discussions by using the very logic and statistical analyses they purport to have on their side.
Specifications of Setting the Record Straight: Responses to Misconceptions About Public Education in the U.S.
|Author||Gerald W Bracey|
|Number Of Pages||232|
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