Middle level education : policies, programs, and practices
Middle level education is experiencing unparalleled growth as an organizational alternative. No longer referred to as a movement, it has become a fixture in our educational system. The lesson for educators and others, it would appear, is that educators have the knowlege and desire to implement change. If such change is to be successful, however, individual, group, and intergroup needs must be considered.
This monograph provides an opportunity for readers to examine current policies,programs, amd practices in light of recent developments at the middle level. It is our desire that by studying the successes of out colleagues at the middle level, all levels will be improved.
From the Preface by Jody Capelluti
National Association of Secondary School Principals
Middle schools -- United States
Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration
Capelluti, Jody, and Donald Stokes. Middle Level Education: Policies, Programs, and Practices. National Association of Secondary School Principals, 1991.