Review: Rethinking Schools - January 1, 2005
"A delightful read. An immensely useful resource for educators working to start new schools or reinvigorate existing ones."
Review: New York Times - January 1, 2005
"Theodore Sizer and Deborah Meier are among the secular saints of progressive education . . . One of their most admirable qualities may be their determination to continue being provocative . . . Mr. Sizer joins with his wife, Nancy Faust Sizer, and Ms. Meier to speak more directly to parents in Keeping School . . . The book is a potent reminder of how much school culture is a matter of personal chemistry, rather than distant policy making."
Review: School Administrator - January 1, 2005
"As readers, we gain incredible insight into a unique way of holding schools accountable."
Review: Booklist - January 1, 2005
"The authors chose the term 'keeping school' to illustrate the broad range of thought and action that goes into the 'collective craft' of education . . . An intimate look at practical applications of school-reform concepts, which parents and teachers will appreciate."