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Librarians at Lynn University created this blog to enhance  our students’ Lynn Library experience by providing the latest information on our events, exhibitions, displays, services and collections.

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  1. It’s not often that someone as influential as Diane Ravitich, in the educational policy field publicly acknowledges a reversal in their thinking. Rejecting market-oriented reform strategies in education Ravitich also laments the deterioration of local control. Yet, in the UK , where a strong school choice market place exists, new localism can be seen in the devolution of power to local governmental agencies, within a framework of national priorities and goals. Central government sets the agenda but there is strong local autonomy and action. Perhaps, the issue is not federal education policy but the translating of federal and state policy into localized practice.

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