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Educating One & All: Students with Disabilities and Standards-Based Reform References CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Barrett, M., and J. Allen 1996. The Standards Primer. Washington, DC: The Center for Education Reform. Cuban, L. 1990. Reforming again, again, and again. Educational Researcher 19(1):3–13. Darling-Hammond, L. 1990. Instructional policy into practice: The power of the bottom over the top. Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis 12(3):339–347. Elam, S.M., and L.C. Rose 1995. The 27th Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup Poll of the public's attitudes toward the public schools. Phi Delta Kappan 77(1):41–56. Johnson, J., and J. Immerwahr 1994. First Things First: What Americans Expect From the Public Schools . New York: Public Agenda Foundation. Kifer, E. 1993. Opportunities, talents, and participation. Pp. 279–307 in The IEA Study of Mathematics III: Student Growth and Classroom Processes , Leigh Burstein, ed. New York: Pergamon Press. Oakes, J. 1985. Keeping Track: How Schools Structure Inequality. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. O'Day, J.A., and M.S. Smith 1993. Systemic reform and educational opportunity. Pp. 250–312 in Designing Coherent Education Policy: Improving the System, Susan Fuhrman, ed. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Porter, A.C., D.A. Archbald, and A.K. Tyree, Jr. 1991. Reforming the curriculum: Will empowerment policies replace control? Pp. 11–36 in Politics of Curriculum and Testing, Susan Fuhrman and Betty Malen, eds. Philadelphia, PA: Falmer Press.

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