Asking the right questions: tools and techniques for teamwork
Using illustrative examples from schools in the United States, this book provides a much-needed, concise description of the essential aspects of school change in generic, jargon-free language for practitioners in staff development and school administration. With the help of a common vocabulary, readers will be better able to research effective schools, improve their schools, plan strategically, and implement quality management and restructuring in their schools.
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Answering the Where Are We Now? Question
Answering the Where Do We Want to Go? Question
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