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From the Editor: Quality Tools for the Classroom

Abstract: For most working in the quality profession, stories of Six Sigma success are familiar tales. Organizations that pioneered the method—Motorola, of course, along with companies such as General Electric and Allied Signal (now Honeywell)—used the method mostly in manufacturing settings. But does Six Sigma have a place in K-12 education? This issue of the Primary and Secondary Education Brief explores this question.

Keywords: Quality tools - Lean/Six Sigma/DMAIC - Primary and Secondary Education Brief

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