Harvard Educational Review
  1. Fall 1992 Issue »

    Teaching and Practice: When the Walls Come Tumbling Down

    Paula Lawrence Wehmiller
    The need for restructuring schools in ways that encourage educational reform, the integration of school and community and the building of covenants that take to heart the eradication of ignorance and the hierarchical trappings that prevent systemic change are addressed.

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