Book by Lewis, James
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Lewis, a prolific writer on educational improvement, has had experience as a teacher, school administrator, and pro fessor of education. In this book, he elaborates on his success-emulation theory, which holds that excellence in education can be achieved by copying the methods of the best-run business concerns. In 12 lessons for school per sonnel, he outlines strategies for achieving excellence, e.g., supporting school champions, setting up a school philosophy and culture, and giving teachers autonomy. He gives good ex amples of both good and bad innova tions and cites outstanding educators throughout the country. Highly recom mended. Shirley L. Hopkinson, Li brary & Information Science Div., Cal ifornia State Univ., San Jose
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Book Description J L Wilkerson Pub Co/Inst, 1986. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0915253038