First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"This is a very good book...The great strength of Educational Reform - one that shines brightly...is the emphasis on Dewey's 'method of intelligence'." -- Studies in Philosophy and Education
"Simpson and Jackson capture the essence of Dewey's ideals. Simpson and Jackson provide a well-balanced, thoughtful narrative as they weave through those concerns most directly related to educational reform. They reflect on what we must do and what we must ask. They maintain that the guiding principles for reform are democracy, education, and thinking; they evoke a Deweyan spirit." -- The Educational Forum