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Department

Graduate School of Education

Description

This article describes the process through which faculty members at City-As-School, a progressive public high school in New York City, recently began to use descriptive inquiry to more fully actualize one of the school’s core values: a commitment to “democracy as a way of life” (Dewey 1939, 2).

Publication Date

Spring 2018

Publisher

Francis W. Parker School

City

Chicago

Keywords

descriptive inquiry, progressive education, teacher leaders, City-As-School

Disciplines

Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Educational Leadership | Educational Methods | Secondary Education

Comments

Originally published in Schools: Studies in Education, v15; n1 p37-64 Spring 2018

©2018 by Francis W. Parker School, Chicago. All rights reserved.

Reprinted with permission.

Promoting Shared Decision Making through Descriptive Inquiry

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