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Item Title: The business of education
Collection Title: Joseph M. Cronin papers
Date Created: 1990
Description: In an address at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 45th annual conference in San Antonio, TX, Joseph Cronin discusses business interest in schools.

He introduces a typology of corporate involvement to show the variety of relationships businesses may have with schools, and then goes into detail about the Boston Compact, which is the city’s collaborative school improvement agreement among stakeholders in city government, the Boston school system, and Boston businesses.

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Description: In an address at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 45th annual conference in San Antonio, TX, Joseph Cronin discusses business interest in schools. He introduces a typology of corporate involvement to show the variety of relationships businesses may have with schools, and then goes into detail about the Boston Compact, which is the city’s collaborative school improvement agreement among stakeholders in city government, the Boston school system, and Boston businesses. A question and answer session follows Cronin's address.

Description (cont'd): A question and answer session follows Cronin's address.
Language(s): English
Country of Origin: United States
Format: Sound Recording
Hoover ID: 84014_a_0003780
Record Number: 84014.2
Rights: This work is protected by copyright. It may be viewed at the Hoover Library & Archives. Copies for educational and research purposes may be obtained by contacting the Hoover Institution Library & Archives.
Collection Structure: Joseph M. Cronin papers > The business of education

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