qDiscusses how government can serve as a partner and catalyst for collaborative problem solving. Details three success stories and explains what measures were taken and why they succeeded. Distills eight core design principles that characterize effectivecollaborative governance and concludes with concrete recommendations for federal policyq--Provided by publisher.... beginning in the sec- ond year with the twelfth-grade government classes, which were not subject to state learning standards, followed by world geography (ninth grade), world history (tenth grade), and finally by U.S. history (eleventh grade).
|Title||:||Investing in Democracy|
|Publisher||:||Brookings Institution Press - 2009|