Partnership and Change: Toward School Development
John Chi-kin Lee, Leslie Nai-Kwai Lo, Allan Walker
Chinese University Press, 2004 - Education - 365 pages
"Toward School Development" focuses on university-school partnership and highlights changes in school development. Relating experiences of and research on school development in connection with individual strategies and organizational strategies. Specifically illustrating the nature of different partnerships. Contributors to this book range from renowned scholars, school reformers, to experienced practitioners. Jointly providing an international perspective on the issues related to school partnerships and development.
The book is broadly divided into two parts. Part 1 focuses on university-school partnership while Part 2 highlights changes in school development. Many chapters illustrate the nature of different partnerships as well as experiences of and research on school development in connection with individual strategies and organizational strategies. Contributors to this book are renowned scholars, school reformers, and experienced practitioners from the United States, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Hong Kong. Together they provide an international perspective on the issues related to school partnerships and development.
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