Detailed study of how real education reform works.
Examines recent trends in state-funded preschool education.
Makes the surprising claim that identity politics can facilitate rather than undermine worker solidarity.
Explores the contradictions between the American ideal of equality and the realities of public policy.
Examines how public opinion has influenced health care policy.
Blends memoir and scholarship to provide a moving and sometimes unsettling look at how academic discourse affects the cultural values and identities that students bring into the writing classroom.
A fresh and easy-to-understand examination of some of America's most challenging social issues.
Confronts the challenge presented to traditional public policy by postmodern thought.
Places contemporary minimum wage debates in historical context, stressing the importance of political as opposed to economic variables.
Examines how a more democratic, participatory policy analysis could be conceptualized in theory and administered in practice.