A revolution is occurring among parents who see their children failing because of a broken education system. This book joins the change movement by approaching the topic of education policy from the front lines as a direct advocate for students. The author argues that at federal, state and local levels, the policy network needs reorganization, and she provides concrete recommendations for reforms which can bring about performance improvement at the level of student experience as well as organizationally and politically.
Foundations: Racialized Discourse. Foundations: Critical Theory and Critical Pedagogy. Foundations: Hip-Hop Pedagogy. Struggle Defined. Real-world examples. White-suburban-mom-gate. Reorganizing education policy networks.