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Surviving School Reform A Year in the Life of One School by Larraine K. Hong, Patricia A. Wasley

Surviving School Reform A Year in the Life of One School


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Surviving School Reform A Year in the Life of One School by Larraine K. Hong, Patricia A. Wasley

This text provides a portrait of change within the unique context of the elementary school while suggesting issues and complexities inherent in any significant institutional change. It focuses on issues surrounding curriculum, decision-making, the roles of teacher and parent, and school culture.

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Publication date

31st March 1996


Larraine K. Hong, Patricia A. Wasley

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Teachers' College Press


216 pages


Primary & middle schools
Organization & management of education



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