The Power of a Promise: Education and Economic Renewall in Kalamazoo
In the first comprehensive account of the Kalamazoo Promise, Miller-Adams addresses both the potential and challenges inherent in place-based universal scholarship programs and explains why this unprecedented experiment in education-based economic renewal is being emulated by scores of citites and towns around the nation.
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