Education policy and its impact on businesses

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GBHirsch@aol.com
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Education policy and its impact on businesses

Post by GBHirsch@aol.com » Mon Apr 08, 2002 1:08 pm

Edward-

Ive been working on a series of models with others on the adoption of new
curricula and technology in schools. A paper on an earlier effort entitled
"Innovation in Schools: A Model to Help Structure the Discussion and Guide
the Search for Strategies" is available from the Creative Learning Exchange
(www.clexchange.org). (Search using Innovation as a keyword.) More recent
work has focused on the effect of various education reform efforts on the
adoption process and the ability to achieve change in schools. A paper that
describes this latest model and the insights it offers entitled "Can
Education Reform Get in the Way of Reforming Education?: A Simulator for
Exploring Reform Strategies" was presented by me at the CLEs 2002 ST/DM
Conference in Durham, NH and is available at the following link:
http://www.clexchange.org/ftp/conferenc ... Hirsch.pdf Im
currently working with colleagues to develop a learning environment based on
this model to help school administrators, board members, teachers, and the
community at large think through reform strategies and understand the
elements of effective strategies. I hope you find these papers helpful and
relevant to your query. Please contact me if you have other questions about
the work.

Gary Hirsch
GBHirsch@attbi.com

"Gordon Kubanek"
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Education policy and its impact on businesses

Post by "Gordon Kubanek" » Tue Oct 15, 2002 5:54 am

Hi,

Go to
http://www.clexchange.org
this is the site for SD in K-12 education.

Gordon Kubanek
teacher & consultant
From: "Gordon Kubanek" <chust@monisys.ca>

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