school and university partnerships, complexity of school and university collaboration
The Complexity of Collaboration: Personal Stories from a School and College Partnership
The controversy for this issue focuses on the complexity of collaboration when schools and universities that come out of two different cultures meet and work intimately to solve common problems. What makes this issue different from our other issues in this journal is the complete focus on one collaborative school/university partnership that offers readers an opportunity to hear the authentic voices of all the stakeholders as they collectively tell their stories. All the papers, video interviews, classroom videos, and forums published in this issue focus on this one experiment conducted between a school in a rural community in Washington State and a state university.
"The Complexity of Collaboration: Personal Stories from a School and College Partnership,"
Journal of Educational Controversy: Vol. 13:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://cedar.wwu.edu/jec/vol13/iss1/4
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