The Expected Reform: One Education for Each and Every One

This works backs the possibility of grand scale reforms, sustainable reforms that will create drastic results on the legislation. In order for this to take place, two conditions are necessary. First of all, citizens must unite around a common dream or moral purpose; and second a solid and dynamic theory for system change must be had. Said theory must be a compilation of actions to take at a system level. Two successful reform cases are presented: the National Strategy for Reading and Writing in the United Kingdom, and the Ontario Strategy in Canada. This is done focusing on two theories: a right to education and the theory of action by Michael Fullan.

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Theory of change, school improvement, improvements of school effectiveness, educational equality.

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Barrientos, R. (2008). La Reforma Esperada: Una Educación para Todos y para Cada Uno. REICE. Revista Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 6(4), pp. 24-46. Cited (Date).