""Public School Advantage "is a book to be reckoned with.The calling card of today's leading voices in educational reform is the charge that our public schools are failing. But failing in comparison to what, the Lubienskis ask? Traditional public schools are not failing to keep pace with charters and private schools, at least in teaching students math, one of the two subjects at the heart of No Child Left Behind and the Common Core. On the contrary, traditional public schools in some cases appear to have advantages over other kinds of schools that are usually perceived as more innovative and rigorous. While more empirical work on the public school advantage needs to be completed--in subjects beyond math and grades beyond elementary school--the Lubienskis have launched a strong salvo in the contentious debate about school effectiveness."--Jeffrey Aaron Snyder "Boston Review "Rezension:
"In "The Public School Advantage," Christopher and Sarah Lubienski present studies that challenge assumptions of the market-based argument for education and provide a cogent analytical comparison that evaluates public versus private elementary school performance. While questions remain, they provide an important contribution to a timely topic. This book provides empirically based insight about the school choice debate and is worthy of our attention." --William F. Tate, past president of the American Educational Research Association
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