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050 00 LA217.2|b.P835 2022 
245 00 Public education :|bdefending a cornerstone of American 
       democracy /|cedited by David C. Berliner, Carl Hermanns. 
264  1 New York, NY :|bTeachers College Press,|c[2022] 
264  4 |c©2022 
300    v, 346 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tPART I --|g1.|tIn Times of Crisis, Why We Need Public 
       Schools /|rWilliam J. Mathis --|g2.|tA Brief History of 
       Public Education /|rDiane Ravitch --|tPART II --|g3.
       |tValues and Education Policy /|rHelen F. Ladd --|g4.
       |tPublic Schooling as Social Welfare /|rDavid F. Labaree -
       -|g5.|tReflections on the Public School and the Social 
       Fabric /|rMike Rose --|g6.|tOur Schools and Our Towns 
       Belong to Each Other /|rPeter Greene --|tPART III --|g7.
       |tThe Great Equalizer of the Conditions of Humanity: How 
       Transformative Can Schools Be When Society Itself Remains 
       Inequitable and Quarrelsome? /|rPeter Smagorinsky --|g8.
       |tThe Mythical Great Equalizer School System: Exploring 
       the Potential to Make It Real /|rKevin Welner --|g9.
       |tDemocracy's Wobbly Cornerstone: Seeking to Be the "Great
       Equalizer" in a Deeply Unequal Culture /|rMartin Lipton --
       |g10.|tReflections on What Might Have Been /|rSonia Nieto 
       --|g11.|tNecessary But Insufficient: Why Public Schooling 
       Alone Cannot Equalize /|rPrudence L. Carter --|g12.
       |tPublic Education for the Public Good: Black Teachers and
       Teaching /|rH. Richard Milner --|g13.|tMaking the Common 
       School Truly Common: Black Americans' Long and Unfinished 
       Fight for Integrated Schools /|rJeanne M. Powers --|tPART 
       IV --|g14.|tWe Know Better and Must Do Better /|rMartin 
       Brooks --|g15.|tIf We Believe That Democracy Is Such a 
       Great Idea, Why Don't Schools Practice It More? /|rDeborah
       Meier --|g16.|tThe Role of Public Schools in the 
       Preparation of Young People to Engage in Civic Reasoning 
       and Discourse /|rCarol D. Lee --|g17.|tTensions Between 
       Teacher Professionalism and Authentic Community Voice in 
       Public Schools Serving Nondominant Communities /|rKen 
       Zeichner --|g18.|tHorace Mann and a New Common Good /
       |rJoshua P. Starr --|g19.|tHorace and George and Zitkala-
       Sa: Reimagining Experimentation /|rJacqueline Grennon 
       Brooks --|g20.|tPublic School Funding and the "Reform" 
       Distraction /|rMark Weber --|g21.|tEducation Is Our Only 
       Political Safety /|rJames Harvey --|g22.|tIs There Still a
       Public for Public Education? /|rGloria Ladson-Billings --
       |tPART V --|g23.|tPublic Education at a Crossroads: Will 
       Horace Mann's Common School Survive the Era of Choice? /
       |rCarol Corbett Burris --|g24.|tWhat's Not to Like About 
       Private Schools? /|rJack Jennings --|g25.|tScrutinizing 
       the School Choice Equity Ethos for Black Parents /|rJulian
       Vasquez Heilig --|g26.|tThe Scandalous History of Schools 
       That Receive Public Financing, But Do Not Accept the 
       Public's Right of Oversight /|rDavid C. Berliner --|tPART 
       VI --|g27.|tCan Public Common Schooling Save the Republic?
       /|rD.C. Phillips --|g28.|tPublic Schools and Acting 
       Against the Threats to Democracy /|rMichael W. Apple --
       |g29.|tA New Deal for Public Schools /|rWilliam Ayers. 
520    "Twenty-eight eminent essayists remind our nations parents,
       educators, school board members and politicians that our 
       democracy is in jeopardy and that our nation's system of 
       free universal public education is also under attack. If 
       that attack succeeds, American democracy itself would be 
       further imperiled. That is because American democracy 
       rests on a belief that the power of our government comes 
       from the people, and the diffusion of knowledge and the 
       enlightenment of the people has been a cornerstone of our 
       democracy since the founding of our republic. America's 
       public schools, therefore, have a special mandate"--
       |cProvided by publisher. 
650  0 Public schools|zUnited States. 
650  0 Education|xPolitical aspects|zUnited States. 
650  0 Education and state|zUnited States. 
650  0 Educational change|zUnited States. 
700 1  Berliner, David C.,|eeditor. 
700 1  Hermanns, Carl,|eeditor. 
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