This book gives the reader a critique of the typical, bureaucratic, mandated education reform efforts which often fail and which often lead to another education reform effort which also is likely to fail. This book shows a better way to improve what is done in classrooms, throughout a school, in an entire school district, and at the state or national levels of education policy development. The better way is guided by application of The Extreme Principle.
Dr. Keen J. Babbage has 26 years of experience as a middle school and high school teacher and school administrator. He is the author of 12 books about teaching or school administration.
Chapter 1: The Best Answers Are Within, Not Without Chapter 2: Listen, Listen More, Keep Listening Chapter 3: The Extreme Principal Uses the Extreme Principle Chapter 4: The Extreme Principle In The Classroom Chapter 5: The Extreme Principle Throughout A School District Chapter 6: The Extreme Principle For State And National Education Officials Chapter 7: A Simple Way To Solve Problems Chapter 8: The Extreme Principle Beyond Schools