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Taming reform : "reinventing government" yields to "business as usual" for young children

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Understanding education and policy, Hampton Press, New York, p.167 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1139.27 .N8 T36 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9621213

Keywords:

Early childhood education--North Carolina, Government aid to education--North Carolina, Smart Start Program (N.C.)

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction: taming reform / Jean A. Patterson and Amee Adkins -- A bold initiative takes shape / Peter Leousis -- Claiming taming: local efforts unfold / Amee Adkins -- Reinventing government? or business as usual? / Catherine Awsumb Nelson -- Unfulfilled promise: the taming of community involvement / Mary Cornish -- Taming public-private partnership / Jean A Patterson -- Taming the families and Smart Start evaluation / Jenny Gordon -- Ready or not: context and performance in the fluid construction of kindergarten readiness / Beth Hatt and Sydney Brown -- The fate of bold / George Noblit.

Publication Language:

eng