6 edition of Battling Corruption in America"s Public Schools found in the catalog.
November 14, 2003
by Northeastern Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Boston: Northeastern University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Public education as big business --Charting corruption, waste, and abuse --Where the money goes --The toll on education --The quest for accountability --The centralization mess --Toward a theory of school waste and fraud --Watching the pennies but missing the millions.
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Publication Date: Ma Battling Corruption in America's Public Schools Written by: Betsy Combier - Rated out of 5, 1 people have rated it. Lydia Segal's book Battling Corruption in America's Public Schools Changes the Public School Reform Movement Forever We can no longer assume that more money allocated to our schools will "fix" the disaster that is our public school system.
Buy Battling Corruption in America's Public Schools by Lydia G. Segal, PaperBack format, from the Dymocks online bookstore. In her recent book, Battling Corruption in America’s Public Schools (Northwestern University Press, ), Segal argues, “one impediment to reform that no one is seriously studying in the debate over how to improve public schools is systematic fraud, waste, and abuse.” Her careful documentation of the pervasive corruption and waste in the.
“ In this pathbreaking book, Segal shows that at least in the three largest K–12 systems in the U.S., the level of waste and fraud within schools is several orders of magnitude less than what is found in the central office.
The author not only describes in detail the various types of corruption that have occurred, but also offers a solution. Battling Corruption in America’s Public Schools by Lydia G.
Segal. Published by Northeastern University Press, pages. Parents and educators alike tire of reading exposes on corruption and waste in big city school districts. Unfortunately, corruption and waste continue no matter how many “reforms” and “controls” are put in place.
Revelations of corruption in business and government are becoming an everyday affair, with example after example of people in leadership positions using elevated status for personal gain rather than for the public good. The deluge of stories about lying and cheating politicians, industry lobbyists, and corporate executives can lead to easy cynicism about how things work in business and.
Drawing on ten years of undercover work and research in four major school districts, Segal reveals how systemic waste and fraud siphon millions of dollars from urban classrooms.
Calling for renewed powers for principals and a streamlining of oversight, she offers a bold, far-reaching plan to reclaim our schools. Looking for some context on the effort by Mayor Bloomberg and his schools chancellor Joel Klein to get control of the New York public schools, we spent the weekend reading, "Battling Corruption in America's Public Schools," a new book by an associate professor at John Jay College of the City University of New York, Lydia Segal.
Inspector’s main function on visiting a school was to be fed. Poor food and drink would result in a poor report. Headmasters’ posts were sold, those in the larger schools by the highest officials in the Ministry of Education.”4 Corruption in education affects more people than corruption in others sectors, both in rural and urban areas.
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Marine, he is the author of 13 books, including six Conservative Book Club selections. The big three adoption states are not equal, however. In that elite trio, Texas rules. California has more students (more than 6 million versus just over 4 million in Texas), but Texas spends just as much money (approximately $42 billion) on its public schools.
More important, Texas allocates a dedicated chunk of funds specifically for textbooks. While Donald Trump appears to have taken public corruption to a whole new level, by no means did it begin with him.
Recent American history is full of examples. For instance, in Rep. Billy Tauzin, a Republican from Louisiana and then Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, drafted the Medicare prescription drug bill, which created Medicare’s prescription drug .9 hours ago FBI arrests 7th person in Puerto Rico public corruption case.
She is accused of giving school property to a private company in exchange for living in an upscale apartment complex for six. “Education matters. Integrity in education matters too—corrupt schools and universities hinder prosperity, cause long-term damage to societies and raise the cost of education at the expense of equity and quality,” writes Barbara Ischinger, the Director for Education at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).