Democracy, Improvisation, and Schooling Reform
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Experience from two decades of schooling reform work provide lessons in a least five critical areas: schooling structure, pedagogy, politics, ideology, and partnerships involving universities and schools. This paper explores and explicates these issues in the specific contexts of public school reform and restructuring. It raises the concept of interdependence as one key goal for reform efforts that employ collaborative and democratic practices among schools, universities, and community partners.
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