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Teacher work context and opportunities for parent involvement in high schools of choice: A view from the inside
Schools of choice are fast becoming part of the national debate on educational reform. This study, part of a larger study of schools and families, examined how the work context of teachers and opportunities for parent involvement differ under different choice arrangements, and investigated aspects of the sociobureaucratic context of teachers' work that have the greatest impact on opportunities for parent involvement and communication under different choice arrangements.
Author/Creator: Bauch, P. A., Goldring, E. B.
Notes: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration (Houston, TX, October 1993)
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