Edited by: Linda Darling-Hammond
Publication Date: April 8, 2005
Series: series on school reform
This classic book, edited by Linda Darling-Hammond, explains the function, structure, and philosophy of the professional development school. The text includes case studies, taken from urban and suburban settings, that illustrate the accomplishments of these schools as well as the challenges they face as they strive to create a new and viable vision for the improvement of the American educational system.