The Inclusive School: Sustaining Equity and Standards
How do schools sustain a collaborative, inclusive culture in these times of high-stakes testing and standardization? Through the story of a progressively minded public elementary school, the author shows how committed educators can collaborate to maintain a creative, inclusive educational environment and still rise to the demands of state-imposed standards. This timely volume explores the evolution of a school in chaos to a highly regarded school serving a diverse student population.
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A Broadened Definition of Inclusive Schools
Dimensions of a Culture of Inclusion
An Evolving Research Design
Years of Chaos
From Chaos to Collaborative Leadership
Deepening Cultural Commitments
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Inklusive Schulentwicklung: Planungs- und Arbeitshilfen zur neuen Schulkultur
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