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In a public education world of vast, multiple, rapid, and often colliding educational reforms, Movements of Educational Reform provides the novice as well as the veteran educator and administrator a sort of map of educational changes and processes. Movements of Educational Reform is intended to help the devoted and dedicated education professional and scholar make sense of the successes and the pitfalls of reforms by tracing the landscape through four movements. Movements promises to ignite and energize your passion for leading educational reform and to bring awareness of system strategies and its structural and cultural aspects, many of which continue to challenge theorists, practitioners, and leaders of educational change. ""David Escobar Arcay's debut book demonstrates his impressive mastery of the field of educational change and the periods through which it has developed over the last fifty years. Whether you are starting out in understanding the field of educational change, or eager to push deeper, this book is one of the very best for you to put at the top of your must-read list."" --Andy Hargreaves, Brennan Chair in Education, Boston College David A. Escobar Arcay earned his PhD at The Lynch School of Education at Boston College and a Master of Education at The Harvard University Graduate School of Education. He currently serves as Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Nova Southeastern University Abraham S. Fischler College of Education
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