|Statement||[by] Richard W. Saxe. Illustrated by Ken Previti.|
|LC Classifications||LB1045 .S2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||67011576|
Schools That Change: Evidence-Based Improvement and Effective Change Leadership. 1st Edition. by Lew Smith (Author), Michael Fullan (Foreword) out Cited by: Moving or Changing Schools Books Showing of 7 The Secret Hour (Midnighters, #1) by. Scott Westerfeld (Goodreads Author) (shelved 1 time as moving-or-changing-schools) avg rating — 28, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. So actually historian David Tyack and Larry Cuban have written a book on why schools don’t change very much and why reform efforts meet with a lot of resistance. One thing they said that I think is just very true is once people get used to a certain type of schooling, it’s really hard to think about what an alternative model would even look like. A veteran textbook editor exposes a system in which teachers pick books that don’t require them to change their methods, and why that is so bad.
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