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All Systems Go: The Change Imperative for Whole System Reform

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Based on Fullan's work with school districts and large systems in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, this resource lays out a comprehensive action plan for achieving whole system reform.
Paperback, 136 pages
Published February 9th 2010 by Corwin Publishers (first published February 1st 2010)
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David Orphal
Feb 23, 2012 David Orphal rated it really liked it
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I was really impressed with the case Fullan presents in this book. As a teacher, I despirately want my union to take the lead in reforming education. I see positive movement from the NEA and California's branch, CTA.

I think that the current economic situation is the perfect time for teachers to take back our profession. If my district wants me to pay for more of my health care, then I want control over the minimum threshold of qualifications for a new teacher to be hired. If my district wants me
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Candice
Good leadership read in an education system context. Key: Collective capacity building.
1. establish a vision and goals
2. build a strong team
3. create and support the right culture
4. communication, vision, direction & accomplishment
5. recruit, develop & retain leaders
6. build internal & external support
7. maintain the focus on teaching and learning
Crjmom
Jan 02, 2016 Crjmom rated it liked it
Interesting book and it presents lofty ideals but no pathway for success. I think it should be paired with another book that deals with making changes. It's a good read & encouraging.
Kim
Aug 21, 2010 Kim rated it really liked it
Clear, concise, authoritative, and based on Fullan's extensive experience in educational system change.
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