Complex Adaptive Schools: Educational Leadership and School Change

 

Drawing on the notion of a complex adaptive system—an  interdependent network of interacting elements that learns and evolves in adapting to an ever‐shifting  context— Patrick McQullian discusses the complexities, tensions, characteristics, and related implications  for school leadership derived from using this heuristic to understand adaptive change.

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