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Does “Connectedness” Matter? Evidence From a Social Network Analysis Within a Small-School Reform


by Spiro Maroulis & Louis M. Gomez - 2008


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 9, 2008, p. 1901-1929
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15176, Date Accessed: 3/1/2021 8:15:57 AM
 
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  • Spiro Maroulis
    Northwestern University
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    SPIRO MAROULIS is a doctoral candidate in learning sciences at Northwestern University and a research associate in the Measurement and Quantitative Methods program in the College of Education at Michigan State University. His primary research interests center on applying the ideas and tools of complexity science to understanding organizational performance and change.
  • Louis M. Gomez
    Northwestern University
    LOUIS M. GOMEZ is Aon Professor of Learning Sciences and professor of computer science at Northwestern University, where he is also Learning Sciences Program coordinator. Professor Gomez’s primary interest is in working with school communities to create social arrangements and curriculum that support school reform. His recent publications include “Exploring Coherence as an Organizational Resource for Carrying Out Reform Initiatives,” which appeared in Teachers College Record in August 2007.
 
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