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Analytic/conceptual framework for assessing change What were the political, social, economic, and ideological forces promoting change? What new institutional structures did change create? New roles for government: local, state, federal? New players: courts and lawyers, business, foundations, etc Mobilization of new interests professional groups Civic Parent Publishing and testing
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Unformatted text preview: Who were the winners and losers? Institutional interests Community interests Religious groups Ethnic and racial groups What difference did it make? How was power reallocated? Power over what? Who gets to teach ? What is taught ? What is measured? Who controls the bureaucracy ? Who is held accountable for results?...
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