Alan Daly,Kara Finnigan

Thinking and Acting Systemically

This volume argues that districts are important as a lever for change given the limited success of school-by-school efforts. Policies that focus on skill development, recognize and support performance, create opportunities for collaboration, build leader capacity, and create networks of knowledge sharing hold great potential for improving districts but it will require a paradigm shift in the way we view our public school system and those who work within it – away from blame and toward complext systems change.
384 printed pages
Original publication



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