（School development series）
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全19件
Originally published: New York: Teachers college, 1991
In the early 1980s, a concerted effort to reform American public education began. The impetus for these attempts was primarily economic. It did not take reformers long to make the connection between this economic impotence and the education system, nor was the potential for schooling to restore the economic pre-eminence of the United States ignored. This text captures what has been learned to date about restructuring schools, reports on a well-known study of restructuring conducted in 12 schools, and looks at the types of changes which are needed to develop alternatives to schools as they are currently organized. The book also reviews the work of thoughtful analysts from organizational theory, political science, critical theory, teaching, and learning and history. This text is suitable for educational managers and administrators, teachers, and students of education.
- Impetus for restructuring efforts
- restructuring - an overview
- work redesign
- organization and governance structures
- the core technology
- concerns and implementation issues.
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