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Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Jan. 22, 2010

Mary Anne Raywid

Remembering Mary Anne Raywid

Honolulu Advertiser
Jan. 25, 2010

Mary Anne Raywid

on education...

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1962
Social philosophy, social systems, and education
Hofstra College, March 1962, 12pp
1963
Education And The Tyranny Of The Converted Idea
Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 14 - Issue 4 - 1963 - pp. 424-428
1966
The great haircut crisis of our time
Phi Delta Kappan, December 1966, pp. 150-5.
1969
Irrationalism and the new reformism
Educational Leadership, 26 (8): 743-48; May 1969 (reprinted in "Curricular Concerns in a Revolutionary Era" , ASCD, ed. by. Robert Leeper, 1971, 178-184)
1976
The democratic classroom: mistake or misnomer
Theory into Practice, Vol. XV, Num. 1, February, 1987. pp 37-46
Tailormaking education for accountability
Newday, Dec. 16, 1976, p. 97
1977
The blurring of the fringers - from dangerous organizations to obtrusive pluralists
Educational Leadership, April 1977. pp 495-500
Educator in focus - Editorial views
Focus on Learning, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Volume 6, No. 1, Summer 1977, pp. 3-7.
Models of the teaching - learning situation
Phi Delta Kappan, April 1977. pp 631-635
1978
How I get to where I go and why I want to go there
Philosophy of Education, 1978. (Champaign, Ill. Philosophy of Education Society, 1979) pp 182-191
The present plight
Journal of Teacher Education, XXIX:4. July-Aug. 1978. p 80
School organization as obstacle to education
AESA, November, 1978. 13pp
Tailoring school to fit the students
Newsday, The Way I See It. July 7, 1978
1979
The ill winds of Proposition 13
Society of Professors of Education, 1979. pp 3-8.
In praise of the Hawthorne effect
Journal of Teacher Education, XXX:3 (May-June, 1979) p 64.
The novel character of today's school criticism
Educational Leadership, December 1979. pp 200-203
Optional schools: pipedream or probability
Viewpoints in Teaching and Learning, 55:2 (Spring 1979), pp 41-52.
Perspectives from the profs - In praise of the Hawthorne effect
Journal of Teacher Education, XXX:3, May/June, 1979, p. 64.
1980
The alternative in alternatives
Defining Alternative Education, Project on Alternative Education, 1980. 100pp.
The case for an enhanced parental role in curriculum choice within the public school
Focus on Learning, VIII:I (1980). pp. 23-27.
Defining alternative education, the alternative in alternatives
Project on Alternative Education, (1980) 98 pp.
The discovery and rejection of indoctrination
Educational Theory, Winter 1980, Vol. 30, No. 1. pp 1-10.
Highlights on the research on schools of choice
Mary Anne Raywid, John Sherin, Helen Firestone, Ray Scheele
Hofstra University Center for the Study of Educational Alternatives, (1980) [9 pp.]
In pursuit of confident education
Principal, Nov. 1980, pp 7-14. (adapted from a speech given 12/79 at FASCD)
Keeping afloat
Mary Anne Raywid, John Sherin, Helen Firestone, Ray Scheele
The Unicorn, Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall 1980. pp 6-12.
The politics of operating an alternative education program
Alternative Education, Post-Award Conference, Nov. 14, 1980. 7pp.
Restoring school efficacy by giving parents a choice
Educational Leadership, 38:2 (?) (11/80). pp 134-137.
The toppling textbook
Journal of Teacher Education, Perspectives from the Profs, July-August 1980, Vol. XXXI, No. 4. p63.
Why and how it [public schooling] can and must [be saved]
Can/Ought public schooling be saved?, AESA, Colorado Springs, 11/8/80. 12pp.
1981
The alternatives route to school renewal
Compact, Spring 1981. pp. 7-10.
The alternatives route to school renewal
The Interstate Compact for Education, Spring 1981. pp 7-10.
Bringing alternative schooling to the primary grades
Early Years, November 1981. 2pp
The first decade of public school alternatives
Phi Delta Kappan, April 1981, pp. 551-4.
Indoctrination vs education
Law-Related Education Conference, Washington, February 6, 1981. 14pp
On clarifying history: A response to Nathan and Kohl
Phi Delta Kappan, Volume 62 No. 10, p. 735, June 1981.
Up from Agape
Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 1981. pp 152-156
1982
Alternative education -- present and prospective
NSIEE Panel, Nashville, October 23, 1982. 18pp.
Alternative schools as a model for public education
Theory into Practice, June, 1982. 19 pp.
The current status of schools of choice in public secondary education
Project on alternatives in education, 1982, pp. 11-31.
Liberalism and the problem of community, 1927 - 1939
Organization of American Historians, April 1, 1982, Philadelphia. 10pp
1983
Alternative schools as a model for public education
Theory into Practice, Volume XXII, Number 3, Summer 1983. pp. 191-7.
Diversity - surviving and thriving
Mary Anne Raywid and JoAnn Shaheen
Early Years, October 1983. pp 28-31.
Research and dissemination on increasing and enhancing public schools of choice
Proposal - Summer, 1983. Secretary's Discretionary Fund. 36pp.
Schools of choice: Their current nature and prospects
Phi Delta Kappan, June 1983, pp. 684-8.
U.S. Senate education subcommittee
U.S. Senate subcommittee on Education, Arts & Humanities, Sept. 22, 1983, 4 pp.
1984
Education and the media or why they keep raining on your parade
Contemporary Education, Vol. 55, No. 4, Summer 1984. 206-211.
A formal definition for alternative education
March, 1984
How alternatives contribute to excellence
Changing Schools, Winter, 1984. p. 12
Preparing teachers for schools of choice
National Commission on Excellence in Teacher Education Hearings, Austin, Texas, Oct. 1984.
Pride and promise - Schools of excellence for all the people
Mary Anne Raywiud, Charles A. Tesconi, Jr., Donald R. Warren
American Educational Studies Association, Burlington, Vermont, August, 1984, pp. iv-v, 1-48.
Professor-student relations
SPE Monograph Series 1984, Ayers Bagley, Editor. Society of Professors of Education. p 13-18
Recent educational reports vs back to basics
ASCD, March 11, 1984. 11pp
Synthesis of reasearch on schools of choice
Educationsl Leadership, April 1984. pp 70-78
1985
The choice concept takes hold
Equity and Choice, Perspectives, Fall 1985, pp 7-14
Choice in our schools - a national perspective
Challenge of Choice Conference, Norwalk, Conn. May 8, 1985. 16pp
Excellence, dropouts, choice
F.A.A.S.E, West Palm Beach, Jan. 31, 1985. 18pp
Family choice arrangements in public schools: A review of the literature
Review of Educational Research, Winter, 1985, Vo. 55, No. 4, pp. 435-67.
Finding education's "lost" children
School Leader, May/June 1985. pp 27-31
Keeping at-risk youth in school
State education Leader, Spring 1985, pp. 5-6.
National Governors Assn. - Executive summary (Why encourage schools of choice)
December 1, 1985, 6 pp.
National Governors Assn. - The wisdom of choice
Hearings, Dec. 16, 1985, 8 pp.
Project proposal secretary's discretionary fund
July, 1985. 8pp
Reflections on the excellence movement
Society of Professors of Education, Denver, February 28, 1985. 14pp
Schools of choice - impacts and state provision
National Governors Association, December 1985, 19pp
Schools of choice: The resilient proposal
SAANYS Journal, Spring 1985, pp. 3-5.
The Village School, Great Neck, N.Y. - An evaluation documentation
Hofstra, 1985, 6 pp.
What research shows about schools of choice
Schools of choice, February 1985, pp. 20-23.
1986
An environment for outstanding schools
Mary Anne Raywid, Charles A. Tesconi, Jr., and Donald R. Warren
Characteristics, California School Boards, 1986, pp 42-45
Factors influencing today's 'choice' advocacy and advocates
Council on Foundations, September 18, 1986. 22pp
My view on choice
(1986) 3 pp.
Preparing teachers for schools of choice
[ ? ], Ch. 6, pp. 101-17. (Seminar paper presented at a Hearing of the National Commission on Excellence in Teacher Education (Austin, TX, October 4-5, 1984).)
Pride and promise - schools of excellence for all the people
Charles A. Tesconi, Jr., Donald R. Warren, Mary Anne Raywid
Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, Winter 1986, vol 1, No. 2, 160-70
A research agenda for low-income, low-performing schools
OERI, October 17, 1986. 6pp
Responses to the National Governors Association on public school choice
[circa 1986]
Schools of choice: Alternative routes to excellence
University of Tennessee, April 23, 1986, 19 pp.
Some moral dimensions of adminstrative theory and practice
Issues in Education, Vol. IV, No. 2, Fall 1986. 151-165
Some notes on framing educational purposes
1986. 7pp
Success dynamics of public schools of choice
National Council on Educational Research, Washington, DC, April 24, 1986, 12 pp.
1987
Alternative routes to excellence
National Forum, Phi Kappa Phi Journal, Vol. 67, No. 3, Summer, 1987. pp 25-8
An alternative(s) route to excellence
National Forum, January 1987. 14pp
Audit report - Jefferson County's alternative schools
March 1987. 15pp
Changing perspectives on schools and schooling
Maxine Greene and Mary Anne Raywid
Society as Educator in an Age of Transition, University of Chicago Press. 1987. Part 3: School and Society. Chapter VIII. pp 226-246
The choice concept takes hold
Equity and Choice, 7-14 (An earlier version of this piece was given as the keynote address for the "Challenge of Choice Conference" in Norwalk, Conn. on May 8, 1985.)
Drawing educators to choice
Metropolitan Education, #5, Fall, 1987. pp7-23
The dynamics of success and public schools of choice
Equity and Choice, Fall 1987, pp. 35-41
Excellence and choice: friends or foes?
The Urban Review, Vol. 19, No. 1, 1987, pp. 35-47
Making school work for the new majority
Journal of Negro Education, Vol. 56, No. 2 (1987), pp. 221-8.
Parents guide on choice
1987. 24pp
Public choice, yes; vouchers, no!
Phi Delta Kappan, June 1987, pp. 762-769
Reflections on understanding, studying, and managing magnet schools
U.S. Department of Education, Spring, 1987, 21 pp.
Restructuring school governance: two models
The Governance View, November, 1987, 30 pp.
Tomorrow's teachers and today's schools
Teachers College Record, Volume 88, Number 3, Spring 1987. pp 411-418
A view from a distance
The Minnesota Elementary School Principal, Winter 1987. pp 17-19
1988
The alternative in alternatives
Holistic Education Review, I (Summer, 1988), pp. 27-28
Alternative schools: what makes them alternatives?
Holistic Education Review, November, 1988 (condensed from Holistic Education Review, I (Summer, 1988), 27-28)
Community and schools: a prolegomenon
PES, March 27, 1988, 24 pp.
The mounting case for schools of choice
Public Schools by choice, pp. 13-40, 1988 (May, 1988, 45 pp.)
Site management: progress and prospects
Praxis, I:1 (Winter 1988), Silver Center, Hofstra University, pp. 3,6
Success dynamics of public schools of choice
Learn, March 1988, pp. 9-10 (condensed)
Why are alternatives successful?
Holistic Education Review, Summer, 1988, pp. 27-28
Wisdom to be had in choices
Changing Schools, Spring 1988. pp5, 12
1989
Institutional democracy in schools
Thresholds in Education, February, 1989. pp 13-16
The mounting case for schools of choice
Public Schools by Choice, Section One: The Rationale for Public School Choice. 1989. Chapter 1. pp 13-40
New structures and administrator roles
1989. 5pp
Paradigm High School
Organizing for learning: toward the 21st century, Herbert Walberg & John Lane, eds. Reston, VA: NASSP, 1989. Ch. 7, pp. 50-58
Recentralizirig would pose threat to schools' success
Education Week, February 1, 1989. pp 36, 26.
Reflections on a system in transition
"Captains of Change" Lecture Series, League of Women Voters of Hawaii, December 4, 1989, 12 pp. (html version)
A reform plan of disillusionment
Education Week, Nov. 1, 1989. pp 24-25
Separate classes for the gifted - a skeptical look
Equity and Choice, Winter 1990, pp 25-28
1990
The accomplishments of schools of choice
Magnet Schools, 1990. pp. 31-47
Alternative education: the definition problem
Changing Schools, September, 1990. pp. 25-33
Characteristics of choice programs that work - and don't
[circa 1990] 3 pp.
Contrasting strategies for restructuring schools site based management and choice
Equity and Choice, Winter 1990. pp 25-28
The evolving effort to improve schools: pseudo-reform, incremental reform, and restructuring
Phi Delta Kappan, October, 1990, pp. 139-143
Fractured days
Barbara W. Cronin and Mary Anne Raywid
The American School Board Journal, March 1990, pp 26, 39
Is there a case for choice
Educational Leadership, December 1990 / January 1991. pp 4-12
The point is - choice will help
Association for Supervision and Curriculum, December 1990 / January 1991. 1p.
Rethinking school governance
Restructuring Schools: the Next Generation of Educational Reform, Richard Elmore, ed. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 1990. Ch. 6, pp. 152-205
Successful schools of choice: cottage industry benefits in large systems
Educational Policy, 4, no. 2 (1990): 93-108
Why do schools need restructuring
The Hofstra School of Education Report, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Fall 1990. p1, 6
1991
The environmental dependence of dispositional aims
Philospoh of Education 1990, pp.23-26
Impressions: the USSR in October 1990
The Hofstra School of Education Report, 9(3) Winter 1991. p3,4,(14)
1992
C.S. 67: The Mohegan elementary school: a documentation
(1992) 11 pp.
Choice orientations, discussions, and prospects
Educational Policy, Vol. 6 No. 2, June 1992 pp.105-122
Controlling schools - democracy revisited
Contemporary Education, Vol. 63, No. 2, Winter 1992 pp 112-120
Is choice here to stay?
Choice, Vol. 2, No. 4, November 1992, pp. 1-6
Paradise Elementary School
Mary Anne Raywid and Maureen Miletta
The Urban Review, Vol. 24, No. 1, 1992, pp. 73-82.
What is research saying about school choice: a discussion with Mary Anne Raywid
Center for Educational Innovation, April 9, 1992, 12 pp.
What kind of choice?
Equity and Choice, Vol. 9 No. 1, Fall 1992, pp. 6-12
What polls say about choice
Changing Schools, 20(1) Feb. 1992
Why do these kids love school?
Phi Delta Kappan, April, 1992, pp. 631-633
Would choice be good for U.S. public schools?
Conference of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, New Orleans, April 1992, 17 pp.
1993
Alternatives and marginal students
Making a Difference for Students at Risk, a conference sponsored by the National Center on Education in the Inner Cities of Temple University, October 14-15, 1993, Princeton, NJ., 20 pp.
Can we reform our high schools?
Meeting presented by the Hawaii Democratic Movement, 1993. 14pp
Choice and national standards conference
[circa 1993] 6pp.
Community: An alternative school accomplishment
Public Schools that Work: Creating Community, New York: Routledge, 1993, pp. 24-44.
Finding time for collaboration
Educational Leadership, September, 1993, pp 30-34.
Incident in a Harlem school
Education Week, Feb. 10, 1993, pp 29-30
Letter to editor Honolulu Advertiser
The Honolulu Advertiser, March 3, 1993, 1 p.
Making time to do reform
Educational Leadership, September, 1993, 11 pp.
Patterns of contraint and opportunity: the policy environment of three coalition schools
Mary Anne Raywid and Terry L. Baker
Advances in Research and Theories of School Management and Educational Policy, 1993. Vol. 2, pages 159-185
A road map to choice in public education
Survey of Business, Spring 1993, pp. 25-27.
1994
Alternative education viewpoints - the research record
The Handbook of Alternative Education, Jerry Mintz. New York: Macmillan. 1994. pp 7-11
Alternative schools: the state of the art
Educational Leadership, September, 1994. pp. 26-31
Constituting the Commons
Philosophy of Education 1994, pp 15-19
Focus schools: a genre to consider
Urban Diversity Series No. 106, ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education, Institute for Urban and Minority Education, November 1994. 54pp
How to make detracking work
by Richard S. Marsh and Mary Anne Raywid
Phi Delta Kappan, December, 1994, pp. 314-17
In search of cost-effective schools
Mary Anne Raywid, Thomas A. Shaheen
Theory into Practice, Vol. 33, Num. 2, Spring 1994, pp. 67-74
Kapaa Elementary School - a progress report
1994. 26pp
Professional community and its yield at Metro Academy
Professionalism and Community: Perspectives on Reforming Urban Schools, Karen Seashore Louis & Sharon D. Kruse, editors, Thousand Oaks, Ca: Corwin, 1994. pp. 45-75
Review of the alternative education settings at Paul D. Schreiber High School
6pp. December 1994
A roadmap to choice in public education
Choice, Volume 4, Number 3, August 1994 pp2-5
A school that really works - Urban Academy
Journal of Negro Education, Vol. 63, No. 1 (1994), pp. 93-110
Selecting the focus of a focus school
ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education Digest, Number 102, November 1994. 2pp
Small revolution in New York City
Haven Henderson and Mary Anne Raywid
Journal of Negro Education, Winter 1994, 29pp.
1995
Alternatives and marginal students
Making a Difference for Students at Risk - Trends and Alternatives, Edited by Margaret C. Wang and Maynard C. Reynolds. Corwin. 1995 Ch. 5, 119-155
Choice inequitable as compared to what
Choice, Volume 5, November, 1995. Number 4. p1-3
Make detracking work
Richard S. Marsh and Mary Anne Raywid
The Education Digest, from Phi Delta Kappan. March 1995, 16-18
Mapping progress toward restructuring - one school's story
School of Education, Hofstra University. 1995. 28pp
Putting teachers at the center of reform: Learning School and Professional Communities
Karen Seashore Louis, Sharon Kruse, and Mary Anne Raywid
1995. 16pp
Real choice - What will it take? Recent directions in the Choice Discussion
Richard S. Marsh and Mary Anne Raywid
1995. 13pp
The struggles and joys of trailblazing - a tale of two charter schools
Karen Seashore Louis, Sharon Kruse, and Mary Anne Raywid
Phi Delta Kappan, March, 1995. 555-560
The subschools small schools movement - taking stock
Hofstra University, December, 1995. 59pp
1996
Downsizing schools in big cities
ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education Digest, Number 112, March 1996. 2pp
Taking stock - the movement to create mini-schools, schools-within-schools, and separate small schools
Urban Diversity Series No. 108, ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education, Institute for Urban and Minority Education, April, 1996, 63 pp.
1997
About replacing the comprehensive high school
Educational Administration Quarterly, December 1997 33: 541-545,
Equity and choice in a Manhattan district - the perfect may be the enemy of the better
Mary Anne Raywid and Robert B. Kettkamp
Education Week, May 21, 1997, p. 39
The Science Skills Center
1997. 17pp
Small schools - a reform that works
Small Schools Coalition, July, 1997, 18 pp.
Successful school downsizing
The School Administrator, October 1997, pp 18-23
1998
Big ideas for downsizing schools
The Education Digest, January, 1998, pp.. 9-13 (from The School Administrator)
Central Park East Secondary School - the anatomy of success
June, 1998, 33 pp.
The journey of the alternative schools movement - where it's been and where it's going
The High School Magazine, October, 1998, pp 12-14
Small schools: a reform that works
Educational Leadership, December 1997-January 1998, pp. 34-39
Sustained success: The Wheatly School SWS
Nicole Krauss, Jodi Kreitzman, Sharone Ostrow, and Mary Anne Raywid
Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice, Vol. 11, Number 1 (Spring 1998), pp. 44-54
1999
Central Park East Secondary School - The Anatomy of Success
Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 4(2), 1999. 131-151
Current literature on small schools
ERIC Digest, EDO-RC-98-8, January 1999, 2 pp.
On the viability of the comprehensive high school: a reply to Professor Wraga
College of Education, U.H. Manoa, 1999. 9 pp.
2000
Musings in the wake of Columbine - what can schools do?
Mary Anne Raywid and Libby Oshiyama
Phi Delta Kappan, February, 2000, pp. 444-449.
What's to do with kids who are not succeeding?
2000. 8 pp.
2001
What to Do with Students Who Are Not Succeeding
Phi Delta Kappan, April 2001, 582-584
2002
Accountability - What's worth measuring
Phi Delta Kappan, February 2002, 433-436
The policy environments of small schools and schools within schools
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Educational Leadership, February 2002. 47-51

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