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Five Years After A Nation at Risk An Annotated Bibliography

Five Years After A Nation at Risk An Annotated Bibliography More than five years have passed since A Nation at Risk was published in 1983 by thenSecretary of Education Terrance Bell's National Commission on Excellence in Education. Those years have seen the publication of an enormous body of both primary material, composed of research reports, essays, and federal and state reform proposals and reports and secondary material, composed of summaries and reviews of the original reform reports and reports about effective programs that are based on reform recommendations. This annotated bibliography seeks to identify, briefly describe, and organize in a useful manner those publications dealing with K12 education reform and improvement. The overall purposes of this article are to bring organization to that list, and also to trace relationships and influences from the federal initiatives to the states and professional associations, and from there to the school districts and individual schools. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Services Review Emerald Publishing

Five Years After A Nation at Risk An Annotated Bibliography

Reference Services Review , Volume 17 (4): 20 – Apr 1, 1989

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0090-7324
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10.1108/eb049072
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Abstract

More than five years have passed since A Nation at Risk was published in 1983 by thenSecretary of Education Terrance Bell's National Commission on Excellence in Education. Those years have seen the publication of an enormous body of both primary material, composed of research reports, essays, and federal and state reform proposals and reports and secondary material, composed of summaries and reviews of the original reform reports and reports about effective programs that are based on reform recommendations. This annotated bibliography seeks to identify, briefly describe, and organize in a useful manner those publications dealing with K12 education reform and improvement. The overall purposes of this article are to bring organization to that list, and also to trace relationships and influences from the federal initiatives to the states and professional associations, and from there to the school districts and individual schools.

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Reference Services ReviewEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 1, 1989

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