Have you ever wondered, what it means to be a “good” public school?
Good Schools: Stories to Inform Public Education Reform, examines this question through stories and research from classrooms across America. In this book you will read about the challenges educators and students face in the current public school context and the creative solutions educators are using to address these challenges, including:
Providing mental health resources for students in needExpanding early childhood education and post secondary programs for studentsReimagining the way we measure successful schools
With Anderson's experience in the classroom, his conversations with individuals from across the education spectrum, and his hope to make and maintain a quality education for all students - Good Schools: Stories to Inform Public Education Reform becomes a must-read book for parents, teachers, administrators, and policymakers looking to bring creativity and equity to public education.