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In Schools We Trust: Creating Communities of Learning in an Era of Testing…

by Deborah Meier

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I would not lead you to the promised land, because if I could, others could lead you back again. -- Eugene V. Debs, 1921
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To Vito Peronne, my friend, colleague, and leader
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Five years ago, when I wrote about small schools in East Harlem and what they had to teach the nation's schools, I couldn't have imagined the landscape of education we find ourselves in today.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807031518, Paperback)

A visionary look at trust and schools that takes on some of today's hottest education issues-from testing to small schools-all grounded in stories of the innovative and hugely successful public schools Deborah Meier has famously founded.

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