Motivation for School Reform

August 14, 1995
S. Mohrman and E. Lawler III state that the school reform movement seeks higher educational standards for all students, moving authority into the local school to develop new approaches and apply resources appropriately to meet the needs of all students, and new approaches to teaching and learning meet the educational needs of modern society.

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