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Summer 2005 / Vol. 5, No. 3

FEATURES

The School Lunch Lobby

A charmed federal food program that no longer just feeds the hungry

By RON HASKINS  
Features, On Top of the News  

The Accidental Principal

What doesn’t get taught at ed schools?


Vote Early, Vote Often – Figures 2 & 3

Back to the Feature

By DAVID E. CAMPBELL  
Features, Public Opinion  

Vote Early, Vote Often – Figure 1

Back To The Feature

By DAVID E. CAMPBELL  
Features, Public Opinion  

Summer 2005 Correspondence

Readers Respond

By Education Next  
Features  

Tread on Me—but Lightly

The Era of Big Government Is Complicated


Equity v. Equity

Checked: “Quality Counts,” Education Week, January 6, 2005 “The Funding Gap,” Education Trust, Fall 2004. Checked by Robert M. Costrell This is a tale of two rankings. They represent the best of states-and the worst of states. A little wisdom and considerable foolishness. Some light, some darkness. Most of all, they purport to be about […]

By ROBERT M. COSTRELL  
Features  

The English Experiment

n developed countries like the United States and Britain, the continuing challenge for educators is to sort through the choices of an all-you-can-eat school system and teach the basic skills. Despite so-called universal education, an alarming number of people still fail to reach even basic levels of literacy. According to Sir Claus Moser, chairman of […]

By STEPHEN MACHIN and SANDRA McNALLY  
Features  


RESEARCH


FORUM

Charters as Role Models

The charter school movement turns 14

this year, and its behavior, some might say, is “developmentally

appropriate.”



CHECK THE FACTS


BOOK REVIEWS

America the Unbelievable

America (The Book): A Citizen’s Guide to Democracy Inaction by the writers of The Daily Show, with Jon Stewart. With a foreword by Thomas Jefferson.

By DIANE RAVITCH  
Reviews  

Training Teachers

The Trouble with Ed Schools By David F. Labaree



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