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Professional Control and Lay Governance in Schools: Implications for Addressing Student Diversity
Author explores the tension between professional control of schools through educational administrators and lay governance as provided by a board of education as this tension relates to issues of student diversity. New models of school governance are considered for their effects of teacher professionalism with respect to student diversity. A particular focus is urban education. (SLD)
Author/Creator: Dunn, Randy J.
Date Published: Mar
Journal/Secondary Title: Urban Review
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