Building and Sustaining Education Reform Through Relational Power

By Annenberg Institute for School Reform
December 18, 2014

This commentary talks about how relational power — power developed collaboratively with others — is crucial to the success of community organizing. The article also discusses how school leaders and teachers can increase relational power in their school community to help build community engagement, understanding, and capability to foster student-centered learning.

Source Organization: Annenberg Institute for School Reform

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