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When Michael Fullan published the first edition of this seminal work in 1982, he revolutionized the theory and practice of education reform. Now, a quarter of a century later, his new fourth edition promises to be equally influential for radical reform in the 21st century. Capturing the dilemmas and leading ideas for successful large-scale systemic reform, Fullan bases his text on practical and fundamental work with education systems in several countries. The New Meaning of Educational Change is your definitive compendium to all aspects of the management of educational change-a powerful resource for everyone involved in school reform.
Table of Contents
|Understanding Educational Change|
|A Brief History of Educational Change|
|Sources of Educational Change|
|The Meaning of Educational Change|
|The Causes and Problems of Initiation|
|The Causes and Problems of Implementation and Continuation|
|Planning Doing and Coping with Change|
|Educational Change at the Local Level|
|The District Administrator|
|The Parent and the Community|
|Educational Change at Regional and National Levels|
|Professional Preparation of Teachers|
|Professional Development of Educators|
|The Future of Educational Change|
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