The New Meaning of Educational Change
Over the last 30 years there have been numerous attempts at planned educational change. It is widely accepted that the benefits have not equalled the ... Show synopsis Over the last 30 years there have been numerous attempts at planned educational change. It is widely accepted that the benefits have not equalled the cost, and all too often the situation has seemed to worsen. In this book, Michael Fullan distils from these experiences the most powerful lessons about how to cope with, and influence, educational change. In compiling the best theory and practice his goal is to explain why change processes work in the way that they do and to identify what has to be done to improve the success rate. Adding to the reputation of the previous editions of this book, the author has revised and expanded it extensively, making it the definitive reference for the innovative educator in the new millenium. This is an essential new edition of the key book by Michael Fullan, one of the world's leading education writers and is designed to surpass the success of earlier editions.