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Educational Entrepreneurship

Between Public and Private

Politics, Governance, and the New Portfolio Models for Urban School Reform
Edited by Katrina E. Bulkley, Jeffrey R. Henig, and Henry M. Levin, foreword by Larry Cuban

Between Public and Private examines an innovative approach to school district managment that has been adopted by a number of uban disctricts in recent years: a portfolio management model, in which “a central office oversees a portfolio of schools offering diverse organizational and curricular themes, including traditional public schools, private organizations, and charter schools.”

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Between Public and Private

Politics, Governance, and the New Portfolio Models for Urban School Reform
Edited by Katrina E. Bulkley, Jeffrey R. Henig, and Henry M. Levin, foreword by Larry Cuban

Between Public and Private examines an innovative approach to school district managment that has been adopted by a number of uban disctricts in recent years: a portfolio management model, in which “a central office oversees a portfolio of schools offering diverse organizational and curricular themes, including traditional public schools, private organizations, and charter schools.”

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Educational Entrepreneurship

Realities, Challenges, Possibilities
Edited by Frederick M. Hess

This lively and provocative book introduces this burgeoning field for readers concerned with K-12 education in the United States--and with efforts to reform and improve it.

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Educational Entrepreneurship

Realities, Challenges, Possibilities
Edited by Frederick M. Hess

This lively and provocative book introduces this burgeoning field for readers concerned with K-12 education in the United States--and with efforts to reform and improve it.

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School Choice and School Improvement

Edited by Mark Berends, Marisa Cannata, and Ellen B. Goldring

School Choice and School Improvement brings together a collection of exemplary, policy-relevant papers that examine how communities, districts, and states use choice as a strategy for improving schools and student learning.

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Stretching the School Dollar

How Schools and Districts Can Save Money While Serving Students Best
Edited by Frederick M. Hess and Eric Osberg

Simultaneous pressures to reduce costs and increase student achievement have never been greater than they are today. Not only is cost-cutting essential in this era of tightened resources, argue Hess and Osberg, but eliminating inefficient spending is critical for freeing up resources to drive school reform.

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The Future of Educational Entrepreneurship

Possibilities for School Reform
Edited by Frederick M. Hess

The Future of Educational Entrepreneurship examines the challenge of creating innovative and productive entrepreneurial activity in American education.

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The Future of Educational Entrepreneurship

Possibilities for School Reform
Edited by Frederick M. Hess

The Future of Educational Entrepreneurship examines the challenge of creating innovative and productive entrepreneurial activity in American education.

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Transforming Public Education

Cases in Education Entrepreneurship
Edited by Stacey M. Childress

Transforming Public Education features nineteen cases that profile entrepreneurs who are pursuing opportunities to create pattern-breaking social change in our public schools.

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Transforming Public Education

Cases in Education Entrepreneurship
Edited by Stacey M. Childress

Transforming Public Education features nineteen cases that profile entrepreneurs who are pursuing opportunities to create pattern-breaking social change in our public schools.

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Transforming Public Education

Cases in Education Entrepreneurship, Instructor's Guide
Stacey M. Childress

This instructor's guide is intended for use with Transforming Public Education: Cases in Education Entrepreneurship. This volume includes a teaching note for each case in the student edition; the note provides basic guidance in how to initiate and organize the flow of the case discussion as well as how the case links to others before and after it.

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What Next?

Educational Innovation and Philadelphia’s School of the Future
Edited by Mary Cullinane and Frederick M. Hess

What Next? offers a detailed study of the School of the Future's first three years (2006–2009) revealing what the School of the Future can teach us about high school redesign, public-private partnerships, and the use of technology in school reform.

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What Next?

Educational Innovation and Philadelphia’s School of the Future
Edited by Mary Cullinane and Frederick M. Hess

What Next? offers a detailed study of the School of the Future's first three years (2006–2009) revealing what the School of the Future can teach us about high school redesign, public-private partnerships, and the use of technology in school reform.

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