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A Democratic Constitution for Public Education$
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Paul T. Hill and Ashley E. Jochim

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780226200545

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226200712.001.0001

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Enacting the System into Law and Managing Implementation Politics

Enacting the System into Law and Managing Implementation Politics

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(p.103) 8 Enacting the System into Law and Managing Implementation Politics
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A Democratic Constitution for Public Education
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Paul T. Hill

Ashley E. Jochim

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University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226200712.003.0008

This chapter asks two questions about the constitutional governance system: What will have to happen in order for such a profound change in state and local powers and functions to be enacted into law? And, once it is enacted, what is to prevent problems that can arise over time via lax implementation and political pressure? It suggests that enacting the system into law will likely proceed incrementally, in fits and starts as states incorporate some districts into the new governance system or enact foundational policies, like student-weighted funding first. Managing the implementation process will require strategies for preventing provider capture of civic education councils, resisting the pressure to backslide on oversight, ensuring fair access and treatment for all students, and resisting the urge to solve problems via new administrative structures or policies.

Keywords:   Implementation, enacting policy, provider capture

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