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"If you're working in or with schools, you should follow the path of change so elegantly mapped out in this book. Hord, Roussin, and Hall give us all the guideposts we need along the route for a successful journey. Based in long standing research with fool proof processes, you can't go wrong when applying their wise course of action. It's a must read for principals."
"Once again, Hord, Roussin, and Hall have produced a compelling and practical guide for school leaders who are serious about implementing schoolwide change in a thoughtful, caring manner."
"Implementing Change Through Learning provides educators with accessible, powerful tools for understanding and implementing transformational change processes in schools. There are insights and resources in this book that any school leader taking on the challenge of school improvement can embrace."
"The authors expertly offer practical, concrete, specific strategies and tools for moving the dream of change into goals for change. This book is valuable to any professional educator serious about implementing change successfully."
"This book delivers on being a true how-to for implementing change. We need new tools to actually guide us through difficult processes within this social science we live in and try to impact daily. These tools are timely and thought provoking."
"Change requires learning and learning produces change. Hord, Roussin, and Hall generously provide the tools educators need to promote the learning necessary to achieve the change they seek to make."
"Few ideas in education are more fundamental to our understanding of the change process than those described in this book. The Stages of Concern addressing individual’s feelings and perceptions, the Levels of Use describing the gradual development of expertise, and Innovation Configurations that consider the fidelity of innovation implementation, provide the basis for nearly all models of change. Shirley and Jim, who have been a part of this crucial work from the very beginning, present these fundamental elements in a modern context and show how they are just as relevant today as they
“What better time than now to rekindle the flame of teacher-centered and teacher-led school reform?”