School Improvement Processes and Practices: Professional Learning for Building Instructional Capacity
by James P. Spillane & Karen R. Seashore Louis — 2002
Our goal in this paper is not to undertake an exhaustive review of the literature on school improvement, but rather to frame or perhaps reframe this work. Specifically, we stand back from scholarship that falls under the school improvement rubric and develop a conceptual scaffold for thinking about this line of research and its relation to teaching and learning in schools.
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