Calling the Roll: Study Circles for Better Schools tells the story of a partnership that examined how 15 communities in Arkansas and Oklahoma conducted small-group dialogues, or study circles, on education. State and local policymakers, organizers, educators, community members, and students discuss their experiences as participants, and how they changed their ideas about education and education policymaking. The video provides information about the study circle model of dialogue and what it offers to community members, school staffs, policymakers, and others who are interested in organizing community dialogues on education to inform policymaking. The 97-page report that accompanies this video is available online at: http://www.sedl.org/pubs/catalog/items/pol96.html
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