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Small Districts, Big Problems Making School Everybody's House

by Richard A. Schmuck, Patricia A. Schmuck

Small Districts, Big Problems Making School Everybody's House Synopsis

The authors of this volume visited 25 small school districts in the US to meet, observe and interview students, teachers, principals and administrators. Here they present research that connects with reality. Through their fascinating description of the physical and educational landscape, the authors capture life in nonurban schools `as it is', and present information that is brutally honest. They provide the beginnings of a road map to help small, nonurban districts and communities begin their own journey on the road to better schools.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780803960251
Publication date: 28th August 1992
Author: Richard A. Schmuck, Patricia A. Schmuck
Publisher: Corwin Press Inc an imprint of SAGE Publications Inc
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 200 pages
Categories: Curriculum planning & development,

About Richard A. Schmuck, Patricia A. Schmuck

Richard A. Schmuck is professor emeritus at the University of Oregon, where he chaired the dissertations of 132 doctoral students who are from all parts of the world. He taught thousands of other educators worldwide about action research, group dynamics, and organization development. He has served on the faculties of the University of Michigan, Temple University, and Leuven University (Belgium), was the first president of the International Association for the Study of Cooperation in Education. Schmuck is a visiting Professor at Arizona State University-West. Schmuck is the author of 20 books and 190 articles. His best-known book is Group Processes in the Classroom (...

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