Education Policy: Integrated Governance as a Reform Strategy in Schools
K. WONG, R. DREEBEN, L. LYNN, and G. SUNDERMAN
IJED, Vol. 2 No. 2, (2000)
In the transition of governance arrangements in the Chicago Public Schools, several concerns arose regarding the new system=s effectiveness in addressing complex challenges facing the schools. This study examines how the new system of integrated governance improves the conditions for teaching and learning. Furthermore, this study identifies several challenges that the new leadership needs to address. Finally, we discuss the new leadership’s constraints and the policy implications of their direction and action.