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Learning to Improve: How America’s Schools Can Better at Getting Better


reviewed by Liz Meitl & Elizabeth B. Kozleski — November 14, 2016

coverTitle: Learning to Improve: How America’s Schools Can Better at Getting Better
Author(s): Anthony S. Bryk, Louis M. Gomez, Alicia Grunow, & Paul G. LeMahieu
Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 1612507913, Pages: 256, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 14, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21732, Date Accessed: 12/12/2017 2:45:17 PM

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  • Liz Meitl
    University of Kansas
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    LIZ MEITL, doctoral student at the University of Kansas, studies systems change, educational policy, and teacher preparation and professional development. She is currently examining teacher preparation programs’ use of practice-based opportunities for pre-service teachers, the potential effectiveness of online professional development programs, and the interpretation of FAPE in local, state, and national contexts.
  • Elizabeth Kozleski
    University of Kansas
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    ELIZABETH B. KOZLESKI, Professor and Chair of Special Education at the University of Kansas, engages systems change and research on equity and justice issues in inclusive education and professional learning. Recent awards include the UNESCO Chair in Inclusive International Research, the TED-Merrill award for leadership in special education teacher education, the Scholar of the Century award from the University of Northern Colorado, and a Woman of Distinction, awarded by the University of Kansas. Professor Kozleski serves on the editorial board for the book series Inclusive Education and Partnerships, an international series produced by Deep University. Her recent books include Ability, Equity, and Culture (with co-author Kathleen King Thorius) published by Teachers College Press in 2014 and Equity on Five Continents (with Alfredo Artiles and Federico Waitoller) published in 2011 by Harvard Education Press.
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