Effective School Improvement — Ingredients for Success: The Results of an International Comparative Study of Best Practice Case Studies

  • Bert P. M. Creemers
  • Louise Stoll
  • Gerry Reezigt
  • the ESI Team
Part of the Springer International Handbooks of Education book series (SIHE, volume 17)

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  • Bert P. M. Creemers
  • Louise Stoll
  • Gerry Reezigt
  • the ESI Team

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