Stakeholder Salience: Business and Educational Policy
by Julie McDaniel & Cecil Miskel — 2002
With the advent of the current school reform movement, an increasing number of interest groups have claimed stakeholder status and have tried to influence educational policy. The purpose of this study is to employ a stakeholder framework to examine the changing salience levels of a state business group as it tried to shape educational policy during a 5-year period of intense state-level reform. Using case study methods, we address the relationship between the changing salience of the group and the dynamic environment of educational policy making.
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