• Palgrave Macmillan
email/print EmailPrint

Education Policy

Series Editors:
Lance Fusarelli, North Carolina State University
Frederick M. Hess, American Enterprise Institute
Martin West, Harvard University


This series addresses a variety of topics in the area of education policy. Volumes are solicited primarily from social scientists with expertise on education, in addition to policymakers or practitioners with hands-on experience in the field. Topics of particular focus include state and national policy, teacher recruitment, retention, and compensation, urban school reform, test-based accountability, choice-based reform, school finance, higher education costs and access, the quality instruction in higher education, leadership and administration in K-12 and higher education, teacher colleges, the role of the courts in education policymaking, and the relationship between education research and practice.  The series serves as a venue for presenting stimulating new research findings, serious contributions to ongoing policy debates, and accessible volumes that illuminate important questions or synthesize existing research.

SERIES EDITORS:

LANCE FUSARELLI is a Professor and Director of Graduate Programs in the Department of Leadership, Policy and Adult and Higher Education at North Carolina State University. He is co-author of Better Policies, Better Schools and co-editor of the Handbook of Education Politics and Policy.

FREDERICK M. HESS is Resident Scholar and Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute. He is the author of The Same Thing Over and Over: How School Reformers Get Stuck in Yesterday’s Ideas.

MARTIN WEST is an Assistant Professor of Education in the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University. He is an Executive Editor of Education Next and Deputy Director of Harvard’s Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Ohio’s Education Reform Challenges: Lessons from the Frontlines
Chester E. Finn, Jr., Terry Ryan, and Michael B. Lafferty

Accountability in American Higher Education (forthcoming)
Edited by Kevin Carey and Mark Schneider

Education Reform: Coalitions and Conflicts (forthcoming)
Alex Medler

Freedom and School Choice in American Education (forthcoming)
Edited by Greg Forster and C. Bradley Thompson

The Politics of Parent Choice in Public Education: The Choice Movement in North Carolina and the United States (Education Policy)
:
Buy
The Politics of Parent Choice in Public Education
Educational Policy in an International Context: Political Culture and Its Effects (Education Policy)
:
Buy
Educational Policy in an International Context
President Obama and Education Reform: The Personal and the Political (Education Policy)
:
Buy
President Obama and Education Reform
Intersections of Children's Health, Education, and Welfare:  (Education Policy)
:
Buy
Intersections of Children's Health, Education, and Welfare
Gentrification and Schools: The Process of Integration When Whites Reverse Flight (Education Policy)
:
Buy
Gentrification and Schools
Freedom and School Choice in American Education:  (Education Policy)
:
Buy
Freedom and School Choice in American Education
Accountability in American Higher Education:  (Education Policy)
:
Buy
Accountability in American Higher Education
Ohio's Education Reform Challenges: Lessons from the Frontlines (Education Policy)
:
Buy
Ohio's Education Reform Challenges

You May Also Be Interested In

cover Buy

More formats
eBook
Resurgence
The Four Stages of Market-Focused Reinvention

Palgrave Macmillan
Based on a multi-year study with several large companies, Resurgence reveals how some of the most interesting and notable brands in the world have managed to...
  
cover Buy
Hit Brands
How Music Builds Value for the World's Smartest Brands

Palgrave Macmillan
In the battleground for the hearts and minds of customers, music is one of the most powerful tools that brands can use. In this definitive guide to how...
cover Buy

More formats
eBook
In Bed with Wall Street
The Conspiracy Crippling Our Global Economy

Palgrave Macmillan
The Wall Street meltdown in 2008 brought the country to its knees, and spawned nationwide protests against the lack of regulation and oversight facing Wall...