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The predictable failure of educational reform : can we change course before it's too late?

Author: Seymour Bernard Sarason
Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 1990.
Series: Jossey-Bass education series.; Jossey-Bass social and behavioral science series.
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Sarason challenges educators to understand that to continue to struggle for 'power over' rather than 'power with' overlooks the mutual interest of all parties that will stifle any real progress in education reform.
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Sarason, Seymour Bernard, 1919-2010.
Predictable failure of educational reform.
San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 1990
(OCoLC)551375774
Online version:
Sarason, Seymour Bernard, 1919-2010.
Predictable failure of educational reform.
San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 1990
(OCoLC)609226046
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Seymour Bernard Sarason
ISBN: 1555422691 9781555422691 1555426239 9781555426231
OCLC Number: 22002732
Description: xvi, 187 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Confronting intractability --
Conceptualizing the education system --
Internal and external perspectives on the system --
Altering power relationships --
Case in point : power relationships in the classroom --
Obstacles to change --
Reform efforts : implementation, imitation, and replication --
For whom do schools exist? --
An overarching goal for students.
Series Title: Jossey-Bass education series.; Jossey-Bass social and behavioral science series.
Responsibility: Seymour B. Sarason.
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Sarason challenges educators to understand that to continue to struggle for 'power over' rather than 'power with' overlooks the mutual interest of all parties that will stifle any real progress in education reform.

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