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Laurence Peters
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Global educator interested in lifelong learning
Global educator interested in lifelong learning

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Micropolitics at My School by Christina Stanojevich
I’m sure I’m not the only one who read Betty Malen’s essay and found a lot to empathize with. For me, it all centers on the principal. I’m new to Dallas and new to STEAM Middle School—a Dallas ISD experiment in its second year of operation, open to any dist...

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The New Institutionalism and Economic Exchange -- A blog post by Sarah Ewing
My elementary school is a college preparatory charter school in the Hartford area.  The mission of my school is to deliver on the promise of equal educational opportunity for all of America's children.  Our school is currently only teaching math and reading...

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The New Institutionalism-The Role of Outside Contractors--A blog post by Andrea Nelson
Rowan (2006) argues that “institutional analyses of K-12 education…[have] emphasized problems of governance while underlying problems of exchange” (p 18). I find this idea to be worthwhile because it offers an alternative perspective to the problems within ...

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The New Institutionalism-The Role of Outside Contractors--A blog post by Andrea Nelson
Rowan (2006) argues that “institutional analyses of K-12 education…[have] emphasized problems of governance while underlying problems of exchange” (p 18). I find this idea to be worthwhile because it offers an alternative perspective to the problems within ...

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Micropolitics: Where the Wild Things Are
Joel Saunders Micropolitics and political machinations are not unique to schools. Any workplace, organization, group, or team is vulnerable to politics because they are populated by humans. Humans typically differ enough that disagreements are inevitable, y...
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