Urban District Central Office Transformation for Teaching and Learning Improvement: Beyond a Zero-Sum Game
by Meredith I. Honig, Juli Swinnerton Lorton & Michael A. Copland - 2009
Over the past fifteen years, a growing number of mid-sized to large school district central offices have engaged in radical reforms to strengthen teaching and learning for all students districtwide. Such efforts mark a significant change in urban educational governance. We call these efforts “district central office transformation for teaching and learning improvement” (Honig & Copland, 2008; Honig, Copland, Lorton, Rainey, & Newton, 2009).
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