Choosing the wrong drivers for whole system reform

By Michael Fullan
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Professor Fullan examines drivers typically chosen by leaders to accomplish whole system school reform, critiques the inadequacy of those drivers for achieving the intended outcomes, and offers an alternative set of drivers that are proving more effective for accomplishing the desired goals. He concludes that the most successful systems around the world are using drivers with permanent staying power and that if countries lagging behind – including the US and Australia – do not change their ways, the gap will become larger and larger.

SKU: SS204
Date Published: 
2011-04-01 00:00:00