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This collection of 25 essays features the voices of various American educators, drawn from the country's leading journal for educational reform in public schools. It includes the work of little-known teachers and writers, as well as pieces by such national reform figures as Henry Louis Gates Jr, Herbert Kohl, Bill Bigelow, Howard Zinn, Stan Karp and Lisa Delpit. The book offers a mixture of philosphical pieces with some very specific, practical suggestions concerning important issues. It is grouped into chapters on: the theory behind school reform; the implications of reform on the day-to-day classroom; current controversies; and the different roles reformers can play. Each chapter also includes resource lists of relevant books, videos, organizations and materials.