No Size Fits All: A New Program of Choice for American Public Schools Without Vouchers (Hardcover)
"No Size Fits All" makes the current all-or-nothing debates over public school policy pass by offering a bold and novel "third way" that could revolutionize American education.
Richard Striner, a history professor at Washington College for over thirty years, is an intellectual historian and policy activist whose interdisciplinary work has encompassed political and presidential history, economics, literature, film, architecture and historic preservation. No Size Fits All expands his published work into the field of educational theory and practice. L. Michelle Johnson, a former classroom teacher, is a preservice teacher educator whose work includes content-rich engagement, strength-based pedagogy and instructional design for alternative teacher preparation programs and nontraditional school settings. No Size Fits All is her first published collaboration.