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    Standards for Preschool Children's Learning and Development: Who has standards, how were they developed, and how are they used?

    1/19/09 - Catherine Scott-Little, Sharon Lynn Kagan, Victoria Stebbins Frelow

    "This study was prompted by the absence of a national report or comprehensive source of data delineating how individual states are responding to the need for early learning standards. SERVE, a Regional Educational Laboratory funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Institute for Education Sciences (formerly the Office of Educational Research and Improvement), has partnered with Dr. Sharon Lynn Kagan of Teachers College, Columbia University and Yale University to conduct a national study...

  • STATES ADDRESS ACHIEVEMENT GAPS

    1/1/02 - Christie, Kathy

    Discusses educational initiatives in the U.S. to maximize the abilities of all children. Gaps in achievement between groups of students; Strategy in North Carolina that is outlined in the report 'Implementation Plan for Recommendations from the North Carolina Advisory Commission on Raising Achievement and Closing Gaps'; Recommendations, including that the state should reduce and eliminate the disproportionate number of minority students assigned to special education; Legislation in Kentucky...

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    Strengthening Partnerships and Building Public Will for Out-of-School Time Programs

    1/30/10 - National League of Cities Institute for Youth, Education, and Families,

    "City officials are well positioned to support the development of strong partnerships with key sectors of the community to increase the number and quality of out-of-school time programs. This guide highlights three key strategies that mayors and other city leaders can use to promote partnerships and build public will in support of out-of-school time programs: Engage and involve a broad set of partners to take full advantage of all community resources; Keep out-of-school time on the public...

  • Taking Charge of Curriculum: Teacher Networks and Curriculum Implementation

    1/1/00 - Adams, Jacob E. Jr., Wasley, P. A., Lieberman, A., & McDonald, J. P.
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    Teacher Perspectives of School-Level Implementation of Alternate Assessments for Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

    1/28/10 - Renée Cameto, Frances Bergland, Anne-Marie Knokey, Katherine M. Nagle, Christopher Sanford, Sara C. Kalb, Jose Blackorby , Beth Sinclair, Derek L. Riley, Moreiça Ortega

    "Read about teachers' perspectives on school-level implementation of alternate assessments in a national study released by the National Center for Special Education Research. This study included more than 400 teachers of students with significant cognitive disabilities from three states. The report provides information on the background and experiences of teachers of students with significant cognitive disabilities, the skills and characteristics of the students they teach, and their...

  • The Achievement Gap--Do We Need a New Strategy?

    1/1/07 - Kulm, Gerald

    The writer proposes a new strategy for reducing the achievement gap in mathematics between minority students and their white peers. This approach would examine proven methods of improving minority student achievement and train teams of practitioners with expertise and practical experience in mathematics curriculum to move from district to district helping schools to implement these strategies.

  • The Achievement Gap: Issues of Competition, Class, and Race

    1/1/03 - Hunter, Richard C., Bartee, RoSusan

    The abolition of the achievement gap between racial majority and minority students will require more than the implementation of the principles proposed by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001. Founded upon the market-based contextual framework of competition and choice in public education, standardized test scores, and the presumption of equal access and opportunity in schools and society, this act represents a flawed approach to the improvement of standards in public education...

  • The Case for Early, Targeted Interventions to Prevent Academic Failure

    1/1/07 - Perez-Johnson, Irma, Maynard, Rebecca

    The persistent achievement gaps among children of different race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status in the United States represent an issue that has commanded public, policy, and research attention on and off for about 100 years now, and it is once again in the forefront of policy-making agendas. Debates nevertheless abound on the most promising and cost-effective strategies to address the problem. We examine critically the available evidence on the benefits and costs of early childhood...

  • The MILE Guide Milestones for Improving Learning and Education

    1/1/09 - Box, J., Burkhardt, G., Fadel, C., Hurley, K., Trilling, B., and Wilson, J. , Partnership for 21st Century Skills

    The MILE Guide helps districts determine where they are on the spectrum of 21st century skills integration and then use that information to plan a path for future work that brings 21st century skills in their systems of learning. No 21st century skills implementation can be successful without developing core academic subject knowledge and understanding among all students. Students who can think critically and communicate effectively must build on a base of core academic subject knowledge...

  • The new meaning of educational change

    1/1/91 - Fullan, M.

    This book has been greatly revised and expanded to make it a definitive up-to-date reference for educational innovators involved in educational reform. Sixteen chapters incorporate new theoretical and empirical knowledge about change processes, provide powerful insights into the complexity of reform, and recommend inspiring and practical strategies for lasting improvement: (1) "A Brief History of Educational Change"; (2) "Sources of Educational Change"; (3) "The Meaning of Educational...

  • Three Ways to Encourage Student Discovery

    1/29/14 - Duggan, Terri

    Students love technology. It’s that simple. When I present a new tool or application, the hush that falls over the room is unlike other more traditional lessons. The speed at which they embrace and implement new tools is rapid and typically self-directed. The students easily help and support each other as well. But, are they prepared to be effective users of ideas? Is the goal to be a great app user or do we want them to be responsible global digital citizens who contribute to the new...

  • To assure the free appropriate public education of all children with disabilities: 18th annual report to Congress in the implementation of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

    1/1/96 - United States Department of Education
  • To assure the free approprite public education of all children with disabilities: 18th annual report to congress in the implementation of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

    1/1/96 - Education, U. S. D. o.
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    Using School Leadership Teams to Meet the Needs of English Language Learners

    1/24/10 - Movit, M, Petrykowska, I., Woodruff, D.

    To ensure that the implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI) strategies effectively addresses the needs of all students, the National Center on Response to Intervention (NCRTI) recommends that schools and districts establish leadership teams that focus on issues affecting culturally and linguistically diverse students. New leadership teams can be added to what already exists, or current leadership teams can be refocused on these issues. Leadership teams should meet regularly and...

  • Vitural Schools and 21st Century Skills

    1/1/06 - The North American Council for Online Learning and the Partnership for 21st Century Skills

    Online learning through virtual schools is one of the most important advancements in attempting to rethink the effectiveness of education in the United States. The virtual school provides access to online, collaborative and self-paced learning environments – settings that can facilitate 21st Century skills. Today's students must be able to combine these skills with the effective use of technology to succeed in current and future jobs. The full promise of virtual learning is...

  • What are we doing to Middle School English Learners? Findings and recommendations for change from a study of California EL Programs: Researh Report

    1/1/10 - Walqui, A., Koelsch, N., Hamburger, L., Gaarder, D., Insaurrald, A., Schmida, M., Weiss, S., and Estrada, P.

    This two-phase research project, conducted by WestEd and funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, aims irst to map the current landscape of programs and interventions for English Learners in districts in California with the highest percentage of ELs in their schools, and then to contextualize through case studies what happens at the middle school and classroom levels. The irst phase of the study presents a broad picture of the education of English Learners in...

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