Implementing New School Programs

Krueger, Jack P.; Parish, Ralph
April 1983
Education Digest;Apr1983, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p26
Presents views of the authors on issues concerning implementation of new school programs. Study of five Missouri school districts which had adopted new, "nationally approved instructional programs and discontinued them within a short time; Information on conditions that support implementation and continuation of new programs in school settings; View that selection of a new program must take into account the school's culture and the degree to which a program matches or contradicts existing world views held by teachers.


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