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Analyzes the political processes and historical context that led to the enactment of state-level education accountability policies across the country. This title situates education accountability movement in the context of public administration research, emphasizing the relationships among equity, accountability, and intergovernmental relations.
Kathryn A. McDermott is an associate professor of education and public policy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Winner of Outstanding Book Award (United States) and Louis Brownlow Book Award (United States).