"Hopfenberg and Levin provide a pwerful resource for creating schools grounded in community reflecton, inquiry, and the belief that all children can be smart. . .Here at last is a ?how-to' book on school reform that helps educators confront the values, beleifs, and politics, as well as the practices, that make changing schools so difficult."
-- Jeannie Oaks, professor of education, UCLA
This resource is the first comprehensive guide to the innovative practices of accelerated schools. It summarizes the lessons learned by the project staff and the family of over 300 accelerated schools working together during a seven-year period. It is designed to be used by a wide variety of participants for training, discussion, and guidance in the move to transform schools nationwide.
WENDY S. HOPFENBERG is the associate director of the National Center for the Accelerated Schools Project at Stanford University. HENRY M. LEVIN is the David Jacks Professor of Higher Education and Economics at Stanford University. He is also director of the National Center for the Accelerated Schools Project.