Policy, Practice, and Politics in Teacher Education: Editorials From the Journal of Teacher Education
Description`Marilyn Cochran-Smith's keen insights about the politics and substance of teacher education reform focus like a laser on the central issues of educational equity and quality in our time. Anyone who wants to understand what's happening to teaching in this country, and what's at stake, should read this book.'
-Linda Darling-Hammond, Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education
`Marilyn Cochran-Smith is one of the strongest voices in teacher education today. By weighing the evidence, challenging orthodoxy, and analyzing the policies, she has given teacher education a firm footing in the scholarly canon. Her leadership is vital to the field's viability.'
-Gloria Ladson-Billings, Kellner Family Chair in Urban Education
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Access the insight and wisdom of one of today's leading educational scholars in one concise volume!
When it comes to determining the best approach to teacher preparation, today's teachers, teacher educators, and school leaders face an overwhelmingly contentious environment. Through her influential essays in the Journal of Teacher Education, however, Marilyn Cochran-Smith has consistently provided educators with a distinguished voice of reason, advocacy, inspiration, and social justice. This powerful text organizes all of her editorials for the first time into one concise volume, making this an essential guide to teacher preparation at its best.
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