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- Cato Institute 2009; US$ 9.99
Everyone from Bono to the United Nations is looking for a miracle to bring schooling within reach of the poorest children on Earth. James Tooley found one hiding in plain sight. While researching private schools in India for the World Bank, and worried he was doing little to help the poor, Tooley wandered into the slums of Hyderabad's Old City. Shocked... more...
- Cato Institute 2009; US$ 11.00
Everyone from Bono to the United Nations is looking for a miracle to bring schooling within reach of the poorest children on Earth. James Tooley found one hiding in plain sight. While researching private schools in India for the World Bank, and worried he was doing little to help the poor, Tooley wandered into the slums of Hyderabad's Old City.... more...
- Continuum International Publishing 2003; US$ 140.00
To what extent has feminism benefited women? To what extent have women really been liberated? James Tooley argues that the implication of many women's testimony is that feminism so far has failed to deliver the promised benefits and has even in some ways proved harmful. Bringing together many women's voices, from Bridget Jones to Simone de... more...
- Profile 2012; US$ 40.00
Can education be run as a profitable business and still be driven by a humanitarian vision? SABIS? shows the answer is yes. Now with 60 schools in 15 countries and over 60,000 students, SABIS? is a global education company committed to improving lives. The book is a journey through time - tracing the company from its humble origins in 1886 Mount Lebanon,... more...
- Ivan R. Dee 2003; US$ 18.99
Girls and boys are different. So why do our schools insist on treating them as identical? Bringing together many women's voices, from Bridget Jones to Simone de Beauvoir, Betty Friedan to Germaine Greer, Mr. Tooley challenges education's sacred cows, demanding a radical rethinking of sexual politics and a fairer way forward for women. "This book is...carefully... more...
- Cato Institute 2005; US$ 14.00
Parents in many other countries have more freedom of choice in education than Americans do. In Chile, Sweden, and the Netherlands, they can choose private schools without financial penalty. As we expand school choice in the United States, reformers and policymakers should look beyond our borders and learn from the examples of other countries. Critics... more...
- Cato Institute 2005; US$ 9.99
This book draws out the critical lessons for U.S. policymakers and shows how freedom to choose schools and healthy competition among schools can create strong academic success. more...
- Continuum International Publishing 2010; US$ 24.95
Educational Equality and the New Selective Schooling by Harry Brighouse was initially published by the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain in 2000. In this new edition, Brighouse has updated his argument, Kenneth R Howe and James Tooley have contributed counter-arguments and Graham Haydon has provided an introduction and afterword... more...