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School-Based Management as School Reform

School-Based Management as School Reform
Taking Stock

August 1995 | 232 pages | Corwin
In the book, Joseph Murphy and Lynn G Beck provide a clear understanding of the organizational form, operating characteristics and outcomes of School-Based Management (SBM) in the United States. Following an examination of the definitions, premises and types of SBM, the authors consider its historical perspective and then examine evidence of SBM in the current education reform era. The book concludes with a look at the effects of and lessons learned from the implementation of SBM.
James W Guthrie
School-Based Management (SBM)
Definitions and Assumptions

Unpacking a Reform Strategy
Context, Models and Domains

Forces Fueling the SBM Movement
SBM in Historical Perspective, 1900-1950
SBM in Historical Perspective
The Community Control Movement, 1965-1975

Examining Evidence from the Current Reform Era
Explaining Effects

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