Hopkins David (dir.) (2005). The Practice and Theory of School Improvement : International Handbook of Educational Change. Dordrecht, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York : Springer. En ligne : <http://www.springer.com ... D=4-40356-22-39145272-0>.
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The purpose of this volume is to locate school improvement within a theoretical and practical framework, to illustrate the challenges facing school improvement strategies from a policy context, to demonstrate the evolution of a range of school improvement strategies in recent times, and through reports of recent research to challenge the assumptions underlying contemporary school improvement approaches. These concerns are reflected in the four major sections of the book.
(1) Towards a Theory of School Development;
(2) The Contemporary Context of School Improvement;
(3) Tensions and Contrasts in School Improvement Strategies;
(4) The Effectiveness of School Improvement Strategies.
This volume (part of 4 volumes) is the fourth section in the International Handbook of Educational Change.
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