‘A rich, nuanced reflection on trust and schooling that examines trust’s many layers. . . . A terrific, important book.’ –Mike Rose, author of Possible Lives</>
‘A passionate, jargon-free plea for a rerouting of educational reform, sure to energize committed parents, progressive educators and maybe even a politician or two.’ —Publishers Weekly
‘Listen carefully to Deborah Meier’s In Schools We Trust: She speaks to the heart of a school-and of democracy itself.’ –Theodore R. Sizer, author of Horace’s Compromise and founder of the Coalition of Essential Schools.