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Making the case for creating a continuous school improvement infrastructure?

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More evidence, I think - Mark St. John

Posted by: Michael Klentschy
Posted on: May 09, 2002 at 4:59 PM
Mark, I agree with your calling for a need to reconceptualize without the necessity of an external organization being necessary. The key to this whole issue may be embedded deeply within the living history of each school disrict - a significant piece may be the leadership history, vision history and the true commitment to have a singular voice of improvement for all students. I'm not quite sure how this would playout in many of the large systems like LA, NY or Chicago - but they seem to be prime targets for external funds, sometimes to the extent that the external funds are used for programs that are not seemless or even congruent.

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