In fact, statistical data were strongly substantiated by the focus groups responses which portrayed the reason for project success or failure as the periodic (weekly or monthly) meetings (or lack thereof) on the revision processes.
Personal ownership within the curriculum revision process was vital.
The results of this study indicated that combined with number one above, the revision process, training, conversations, and review, must be long-term and periodic.
Teachers indicated that identify, revise, experience, and review would be a much more effective method of actually revising the taught curriculum than the method commonly used of revising and moving on.
If the curriculum were brought in by the administrators, outside experts, etc., the effectiveness of the program was considered to be negligible.