教育的平等とアカウンタビリティ:パラダイム、政策と政治学<br>Educational Equity and Accountability : Paradigms, Policies, and Politics (Studies in Education/politics)

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教育的平等とアカウンタビリティ:パラダイム、政策と政治学
Educational Equity and Accountability : Paradigms, Policies, and Politics (Studies in Education/politics)

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基本説明

The scholarship collected in this volume is designed to push the discourse about accountability, testing, and equity in public schools usefully forward.

Full Description

Despite the intense political attention that has been focused on accountability, on standardized testing, and on the equity effects of both accountability and testing, the great majority of recent debate in education policy circles has failed to attend to either the dynamism or complexity of these issues and has, instead, been carried out in a dualistic, good versus evil, fashion. In contrast, the scholarship collected in this important new volume is designed to move beyond the prevailing dualism and to push the discourse about accountability, testing, and educational equity in public schools usefully forward, and to provide a much-needed resource for researchers, policy makers, and practitioners.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
1 Introduction 1 (12)
LINDA SKRLA and JAMES JOSEPH SCHEURICH
Part I: The Equity and Accountability
Conversation
2 Thinking Carefully about Equity and 13 (16)
Accountability
JAMES JOSEPH SCHEURICH, LINDA SKRLA, and
JOSEPH E JOHNSON, JR.
3 Let's Treat the Cause, Not the Symptoms: 29 (10)
Equity and Accountability in Texas Revisited
RICHARD R. VALENCIA, ANGELA VALENZUELA,
KRIS SLOAN, and DOUGLAS E. FOLEM
4 Continuing the Conversation an Equity and 39 (12)
Accountability: Listening Appreciatively,
Responding Responsibly
JAMES JOSEPH SCHEURICH and LINDA SKRLA
Part II: The Effect of Accountability Policy on
Educational Equity
5 Accountability for Equity: Can State Policy 51 (28)
Leverage Social Justice?
LINDA SKRLA, JAMES JOSEPH SCHEURICH, JOSEPH
F. JOHNSON, JR., and JAMES W. KOSCHORECK
6 Response to Skrla et al. The Illusion of 79 (12)
Educational Equity in Texas: A Commentary on
"Accountability for Equity"
WALTER HANEY
7 Response to Skrla et al.: Is There a 91 (8)
Connection between Educational Equity and
Accountability?
STEPHEN P. KLEIN
8 Complex and Contested Constructions of 99 (10)
Accountability and Educational Equity
LINDA SKRLA, JAMES JOSEPH SCHEURICH, JOSEPH
F. JOHNSON, JR., and JAMES W. KOSCHORECK
Part III: Equity-Focused Research and Responses
on Accountability
9 Displacing Deficit Thinking in School 109(24)
District Leadership
LINDA SKRLA and JAMES JOSEPH SCHEURICH
10 Can State Accountability Systems Drive 133(22)
Improvements in School Performance for
Children of Color and Children from
Low-Income Homes?
EDWARD J. FULLER and JOSEPH R JOHNSON, JR.
11 Accountability and Educational Equity in 155(20)
the Transformation of an Urban District
JAMES W. KOSCHORECK
12 Using an Aligned System to Make Real 175(8)
Progress for Texas Students
SUSAN SCLAFANI
13 Statewide Assessment Triggers Urban School 183(6)
Reform: But How High the Stakes for Urban
Minorities?
LAURENCE PARKER
14 Promoting Educational Equity in a Period 189(12)
of Growing Social Inequity: The Silent
Contradictions of the Texas Reform Discourse
GARY L. ANDERSON
15 Polar Positions on the Texas Assessment of 201(14)
Academic Skills (TAAS): Pragmatism and the
Politics of Neglect
HENRY T. TRUEBA
Part IV: Critiques and Commentaries on the
Equity-Accountability Debate
16 Educational Accountability for English 215(20)
Language Learners in Texas: A Retreat from
Equity
WILLIAM R. BLACK and ANGELA VALENZUELA
17 The Unintended Consequences of the Texas 235(16)
Accountability System
KATHRYN BELL McKENZIE
18 Intersections in Accountability Reform: 251(16)
Complexity, Local Actors, Legitimacy, and
Agendas
ANDREA K. RORREB
19 Accountability for Special Education 267(8)
Students: Beginning Quality Education
ANTOINETTE F. RIESTER-WOOD
20 Conclusion: Keeping Equity in the 275(10)
Foreground
LINDA SKRLA AND JAMES JOSEPH SCHEURICH
Contributors 285(4)
Index 289