ASQ - Team and Workplace Excellence Forum

Online Edition - August 2001


Issue Highlight — Moveable Chairs
- Peter Block discusses a Milwaukee religious dispute and how the protestors' passion and commitment regarding space and structure should transcend into the workplace.

 In This Issue...
Championing Change
Training The Trainee
Teaming For Tomorrow
Quality From The Ground Up

The Road To Quality

Peter Block Column
Views for a Change
Brief Cases

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Views For A Change

Consultant Q&A


Public schools are more accountable than ever to be sure that students are learning. In Kansas, schools are accredited based on a school improvement plan that shows growth by looking at three pieces of assessment data. Curriculum is aligned with state standards and state assessment. With so many mandates put on public education and the individual teacher, how do we encourage teachers to be creative within the guidelines of accountability?

Dr. Julie Ford
Assistant Superintendent of Instruction
Garden City Public Schools
Garden City, Kan.


Lew Rhodes Responds

Maryann Brennan Responds

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