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Roots of reform: Challenging the assumptions that control change in education
The education reform movement that began in the 1980s has produced disappointing and unsatisfactory results. This book asserts that the reform movement must be reformulated, and that this information is possible and even likely for a new and vigorous effort to save the children and the schools.
Contributor: Asuto, T. A., Clark, D. L.
Author's address: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation
408 N. Union, P.O. Box 789
Bloomington, IN 47402
Publisher: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation
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