Curriculum Management and Instructional Development: A Cooperative Venture

Stansbury, George W.; Huenecke, Dorothy
January 1973
Educational Leadership;Jan1973, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p318
The article examines the relationship between curriculum management and instructional development in the United States. Curriculum management can be an essential part of a total education system. Each segment of the system should work with other parts for maximal effectiveness. The Instructional Development Institute is an instructional development that can be employed together with curriculum management. There is improved educational services for students when curriculum management and instructional development are implemented harmoniously.


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