Systemic change is a strategic vision and systematic process for achieving the future.
Problems associated with America’s public schools are well documented, pervasively discussed, and have been a focus of intense discussion and debate practically since the inception of a public education system.
Why so little progress with so much current and historic emphasis, attention, and resources? Massive changes in society are making the current paradigm of education and training obsolete – inadequate to meet our new educational needs and realities – just as the one-room schoolhouse was made obsolete by the industrial age.
The concept of systemic change represents a clear, strategic, and holistic approach to examining schools within their own unique contexts and designing customized solutions in a systematic fashion that calls for involvement and collaboration among all of society’s stakeholders.
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