It is an ethno-historical case study inasmuch as it traces component elements that were blended to create a dynamically balanced organizational culture. Using democratic dialogues, constituent participants were given a voice to express their values, concerns, desires and expectations. Roles and responsibilities of teachers, parents, and school staff were defined according to verified qbest practicesq applied to assessed needs. The organizational qcultureq that resulted became balanced in its common devotion to strive for both efficiency and effectiveness while tending to the broader affective needs of each child.mission, a discipline plan, the yearbook, a website, newsletters, as well as policy handbooks. ... Hard Work High Expectations Dedication Loyalty Commitment Caring Inclusion Diversity Espoused values The articulated, publicly announced anbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating an Elementary Charter School: Power, Negotiations, and an Emerging Culture of Care|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|