6 edition of State policy making for the public schools found in the catalog.
State policy making for the public schools
Roald Fay Campbell
|Statement||Roald F. Campbell, Tim L. Mazzoni, Jr. ; with chapters by Edward R. Hines ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Mazzoni, Tim L., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LB2825 .C26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 466 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||75031311|
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State Policy Making for the Public Schools: A Comparative Analysis of Policy Making for the Public Schools in Twelve States and a Treatment of State Governance Models. Campbell, Roald F.; Mazzoni, Tim L., Jr. This book examines the role of state governments in determining public school policies and then develops and discusses several alternative models of state educational by: Get this from a library.
State policy making for the public schools: a comparative analysis of policy making for the public schools in twelve states and a treatment of state governance models. [Roald F Campbell; Tim L Mazzoni].
Get this from a library. State policy making for the public schools: a comparative analysis. [Roald F Campbell; Tim L Mazzoni; Ohio. University, Columbus. Educational Governance Project.].
This comparative analysis was derived from 12 case study reports, each devoted to policymaking for the public schools in a particular State. The nine chapters were prepared by a number of persons involved in the case studies.
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