Community Reaction to Education Change
Stutz, Frederick; Deay, Ardeth
Change in public education is a continuous process. Though the pace of change may be an issue ? some persons criticize the public schools for lagging in the face of needed reforms, while others see the schools as changing too much ? the evidence over a long period shows that schooling tends to reflect the temper of the times. New curricula, standards, pedagogy, or modes of organization emerge regularly in response to changes in the society as these are reflected in demands on public education.
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