Lessons Learned: A Case Study of Advocating for a Specialized School of Mathematics and Science
Ten years of advocacy targeted at establishing a statewide residential school of mathematics and science offers valuable lessons. These lessons learned from one advocacy journey can be applied to other advocacy efforts and generalized beyond this particular example. Therefore, this article provides more than a description of one advocacy story. Rather, it highlights 11 lessons learned from this case study. These lessons can be used to guide planning to build advocacy in order to reach other goals as well.
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Roberts, J. L. (2010). Lessons Learned: A Case Study of Advocating for a Specialized School of Mathematics and Science, Roeper Review, 32(1), 42-47.
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