She uses humor as well as lofty research to back up her claims.
Deborah Meier issues a personal challenge to the reader to deepen our work and our commitment to the role public schools play in our democratic society.
Deborah Meier's book, In Schools We Trust, delves into this critical issue as paramount to doing what is best for kids.
Deborah Meier is one thoughtful educator. I first encountered this book in graduate school (in a class on Education Leadership) and, to my surprise, ended up coming back to it... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kevin Currie-Knight
Deborah Meier broke her book into three separate parts. The first part seems to be a long, convoluted, almost cathartic memoir of her experiences developing trust-based, small... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brian A. Foster
This book is extremely helpful in thinking about the various relationships that support good education. Read morePublished on January 23, 2008 by anonymous
Is a very good material for educators, administrator and universities; can help for school or institution on improve their achivement.Published on October 5, 2005 by Antonio Rivera
I chose this book as a class assignment. Our directive was to give a presentation on an Educational theorist, and Deborah Meier's name was on the list. Read morePublished on August 19, 2003 by T. Scherl
Deborah Meier does it agian with her new book on the importance of buidling trudting realitonships among all the parties in schools. Read morePublished on February 27, 2003
Deborah Meier issues a personal challenge to the reader to deepen our work and our commitment to the role public schools play in our democratic society. Read morePublished on January 16, 2003 by Martin L. Krovetz