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Invitational Theory and Total Quality Management: Implications for Professional Practice and Educational Reform.

@inproceedings{Brinson1995InvitationalTA,
  title={Invitational Theory and Total Quality Management: Implications for Professional Practice and Educational Reform.},
  author={Kenneth H. Brinson and Jean L. Miller},
  year={1995}
}
MF01/PC01 Plus Postage. *Educational Environment; *Educational Improvement; *Educational Theories; Elementary Secondary Education; *Humanistic Education; Organizational Climate; Organizational Development; School Restructuring; Self Concept; Systems Approach; *Total Quality Management Education reform solutions often ignore the people involved and concentrate solely on the systems in which they work. This paper presents an overview of invitationa education theory and Total Quality Management… 

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