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Views From Below: Implementation Research in Education


by Eleanor Farrar, John E. Desanctis & David K. Cohen 1980

The implementation of the Experience-Based Career Education federal program in several schools is discussed to illustrate three program adoption procedures: center-to-periphery, bilateral, and evolution. (Source: ERIC)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 82 Number 1, 1980, p. 77-100
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1001, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 9:01:40 AM

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  • Eleanor Farrar
    The Huron Institute, Cambridge, Massachussetts
    Eleanor Farrar is senior research associte with the Huron Institute, Cambridge, Massachussetts. Her research interests include the inplementation of federally sponsored school improvement efforts, shifting social themes regarding youth and work, and the relations between policy and research. For the past several years, she has been conducting research on American high schools and the current education and work movement.
  • John Desanctis
    The Huron Institute, Cambridge, Massachussetts
    John E. Desanctic is a research associate with the Huron Institute, Cambridge, Massachussetts. His interests include the role of the federal government in the implementations of reform programs, and the response of local education agencies to federal initiatives. He is currently conducting research on school district continuation of NIE-sponsored innovations in career education.
  • David Cohen
    The Huron Institute, Cambridge, Massachussetts
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    David K. Cohen is professor of education and social policy at the Harvard School of Education and president of the Huron Institute, Cambridge, Massachussetts. His research interests include the evaluation of social policy, the politics of education and relation between research and policy. His recent publications include Usable Knowledge, with C.E. Lindblom.
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