Principals and School Reform: Barriers to Inclusion in Three Secondary Schools

@article{Powell1997PrincipalsAS,
  title={Principals and School Reform: Barriers to Inclusion in Three Secondary Schools},
  author={Don R Powell and Adrienne E. Hyle},
  journal={Journal of School Leadership},
  year={1997},
  volume={7},
  pages={301 - 326}
}
Explanatory case studies were used to examine the change to inclusion in three secondary schools using Fullan (1982, 1991). Findings support Fullan's perspectives and indicate a lack of understanding about inclusion as well. In sum, these schools had implemented the programs they defined as inclusive, but none of the schools were implementing inclusive programs. 

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