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F. (1994). Transforming qualitative data: Description, analysis, and interpretation. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, Inc. Critically Examining Policy Workers and Policy Work Within State Boards of Education Michelle D. Young and Amy Luelle Reynolds Abstract This chapter outlines a set of critical policy studies focused on State Boards of Education, a policy entity that has received extremely little attention from the research community, traditional and critical alike. The chapter opens with an overview of research that has been conducted on state boards, the majority of which is offered through a traditional perspective.
1993 report for ECS, only Tennessee required at least one member from a minority racial group, though NASBE’s (2015b) report did not reconfirm Tennessee’s requirement. The absence of gender and race as criteria could be interpreted in a variety of ways, including as another example of the discourse of exclusion (Young 2003). In addition to examining the requirements, one could also look into the demographics of board members over time to determine how well they represented the state population.
Using Hajer’s perspective on institutional ambiguity, one could then explore how such policy entities interact in an effort to increase their influence. According to Hajer (2006), Established institutions often lack the powers to deliver the required or requested policy results on their own. They therefore have to interact in (1) multi-party, (2) polycentric (and often trans-national) and, almost by necessity, (3) inter-cultural networks of governance. (p. 43) Within periods of institutional ambiguity, new policy alliances often emerge, alliances characterized by the phenomenon of multisignification (Hajer 2006), wherein a wide array of interests attempt to define the significance of what Critically Examining State Boards of Education 35 is necessary to solve policy issues, each operating from “a biased system of signification” (see Carpenter, chapter 10).