The Pushes and Pulls of New Localism: School-Level Instructional Arrangements, Instructional Resources, and Family-Community Partnerships
by Lora Cohen-Vogel & Stacey A. Rutledge - 2009
This chapter shows how a state and national focus around standards and accountability has led to a new kind of localism, wherein school improvement efforts have been refocused around traditional instructional arrangements, instructional resources have been redirected, and family and community partnerships have been redefined.
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