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April 2000 | Volume 57 | Number 7
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In this conversation, Larry Cuban, coauthor of Tinkering Toward Utopia, reflects on the efforts of leaders to respond to the pressures of all constituencies.
Jim McChesney and Elizabeth Hertling
Major funding for model programs makes whole-school reform feasible.
Richard D. Kahlenberg
An improvement on both forced busing and neighborhood schools, socioeconomic integration has great potential for decreased opportunity gaps.
Mary Anna Dunn
For 25 years, this school has continued to refine its practices of multiage grouping, team teaching, and contract learning.
Judy W. Kugelmass
How one school withstood external threats, compromised when necessary, and stayed committed to its ideals of diversity and inclusion.
Andy Hargreaves and Dean Fink
Educators from the International Centre for Educational Change recount case studies to illustrate the characteristics of successful school reform.
Cerylle A. Moffett
Highlights of more than 20 years of research on school change suggest implications for leaders and policymakers.
Arnold F. Fege
Market-based education initiatives are changing parents from citizens to customers. How can schools encourage civil public engagement?
Nancy S. Grasmick
The State Superintendent of Education offers her recommendations for a successful outreach campaign.
Jacqueline Edmondson, Gregory Thornson and David Fluegel
Town meetings helped a rural school district avert a financial crisis and formulate a vision for the future.
A parent describes how—and why—he reacts to proposals that affect his child.
A study of 12 successful headmasters in the United Kingdom demonstrates that good leaders are values-led, people-centered, and achievement-oriented.
Arthur L. Costa and Bena Kallick
Establishing a time to look backward and inward emancipates the resourcefulness of people and their organizations.
By reviewing the stories of their tribal elders, schools can honor their pasts and shape their futures.
Rachelle Feiler, Margaret Heritage and Ronald Gallimore
Developing teacher-leaders increases the likelihood that a school will realize lasting improvements.
Donald C. Orlich
Five reminders that might help you beat the competition.
Two leaders in the thinking-skills movement converse about the development of problem-solving skills and the role of emotion in thinking.
Neither a panacea nor a magic bullet, brain research still can offer insights to educators.
John H. Holloway
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