This volume is the first full-length collection of essays on integrative and interdisciplinary education that bridges the K-16 continuum. Dr. Klein and the other distinguished experts provide basic definitions and terminology and examine guiding principles and current models and practices. Through a wealth of examples, the book offers insights into changes in traditional school subjects and academic disciplines, core curriculum and general education, interdisciplinary fields, and the broader imperatives of problem solving and of the critique of knowledge and education.