Education and American Federalism: Intergovernmental and National Policy Influences
by Edith K. Mosher - 1977
This chapter will address the question: How do the sectors and processes of general governmental and educational policy making, largely writ, fit together? To this end we shall describe and analyze educational governance as a subarea of the overarching system of American federalism, and introduce, but intrude as little as possible upon, the analysis of the constituent influence systems of educational governance in the chapters that follow. We shall give more detailed attention to the most unitary of the major influence systems, namely, legislative and executive policy making at the national level of government.
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