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Editorial: Talking Systemic Reform and Inside the Leadership Sumnit

Abstract: The National Academies defines systemic reform as “a view of a system that requires understanding the whole in terms of interacting component subsystems, boundaries, inputs and outputs, feedback and relationships. In the education system, the school is the central institution for public education. Read about what school districts around the country are doing with systemic reform. Additionally, attendees at this year's Leadership Summit discussed systemic reform, including the successes and challenges they've faced.

Keywords: Continuous Improvement - Primary and Secondary Education Brief

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