Diane Ravitch

2 Diane Ravitch Recommended Books

Diane Ravitch is an American historian of education and an influential education policy analyst. She is a Research Professor of Education at New York University and a historian of education. She served as an assistant secretary in the US Department of Education during the George H. W. Bush administration and is the author of several books on education policy. Her work has focused on improving public education and advocating for a more equitable education system.

2 Books recommended by Diane Ravitch

Overturning Brown

Overturning Brown

The Segregationist Legacy of the Modern School Choice Movement

Author :Steve Suitts

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"About white resistance to Brown decision." - Diane Ravitch [Source]

Making the Grades

Making the Grades

My Misadventures in the Standardized Testing Industry

Author :Todd Farley

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"An expose of the testing industry. Great book!" - Diane Ravitch [Source]

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Diane Ravitch is an American educational historian, researcher, and education policy analyst specializing in K-12 education.

Diane Ravitch's recommended books include “Linking Americas Past and Present” by Gary B. Nash, “America’s Schools and the Cerestorm Around Them” by Stephan Wiesman, “The New Education: How to Revolutionize American Schooling” by Diane Ravitch, and “A Nation at Risk” by the U.S. Department of Education.

Diane Ravitch's recommended books cover topics such as educational history, educational policy analysis, and educational reform.

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