Constructing a Personalized School Environment

McLaughlin, Milbrey W.; Albert, Joan; Kahne, Joseph; Powell, Judith
November 1990
Phi Delta Kappan;Nov90, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p230
Suggests ways of constructing a personalized school environment. Relations among students and teachers in a personalized environment; Benefits offered by a personalized environment to teachers; Issues of organizational design that should be considered when constructing a personalized school environment.


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