This essay response critically examines and expands on the arguments put forth by the authors of “Navigating Middle-of-the-Road Reforms through Collaborative Community.” Using organizational theory, the paper clarifies questions about the theoretical construct of collaborative community and middle-of-the-road reforms. It concludes by offering two paths for further study that focus on exploring the various levels of democratizing influence enacted by the policy tensions the authors described and by suggesting a closer examination of the resulting organizational responses.
Response to Article
Andrea J. Bingham and Patricia Burch, Navigating Middle of the Road Reforms through Collaborative Community
Future Directions: An Alternate Organizational Lens on Middle-of-the-Road Education Reforms. A Response to "Navigating Middle-of-the-Road Reforms through Collaborative Community".
Democracy and Education,
(2), Article 6.
Available at: https://democracyeducationjournal.org/home/vol25/iss2/6