How Inclusive Is Systemic Change in Education?

March 2011
Principal;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p50
The article presents the author's opinion on aspects of systemic change in education, focusing on the effective presentation of information in communications between school principals, school administrators, and stakeholders in local school districts. The author addresses the role of students as stakeholders in education and suggests that systemic change initiatives should be more inclusive of students in addressing issues related to educational change.


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