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Getting to scale with good educational practices
"School organization and incentive structures help thwart large-scale adoption of innovative educational practices. Evidence from the progressive movement and past curriculum reform efforts suggest that wide-scale reforms are ineffective under current conditions. Change requires external normative structures, organizations that focus intrinsic motivation, intentional replication processes, and support for new learning.
Contributor: Elmore, R. F.
Date Published: Spring
Journal/Secondary Title: Harvard Educational Review
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