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    Culturally Responsive Classroom Management Strategies

    1/1/08 - Skiba, R.J.

    Instituting classroom management principles has implications for the learning progress of all children, especially low-performing, poor, special education, and racial/ethnic minority children. Culturally Responsive Classroom Management (CRCM) is an approach to running classrooms with all children, [not simply for racial/ethnic minority children] in a culturally responsive way.

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    Culturally Responsive Classroom Management Strategies

    1/1/08 - Skiba, R.J.

    Instituting classroom management principles has implications for the learning progress of all children, especially low-performing, poor, special education, and racial/ethnic minority children. Culturally Responsive Classroom Management (CRCM) is an approach to running classrooms with all children, [not simply for racial/ethnic minority children] in a culturally responsive way.

  • Discipline and group management in classrooms.

    1/1/70 - Kounin, J.
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    ED Facts: Special education in the new National Education Data System

    1/5/09 - Ahearn, E.

    "This document begins with a background on ED’s development and implementation of a single repository for K-12 education data. It also includes a summary of interviews held with seven state special education directors and/or their IDEA data managers along with each state’s EDFacts coordinator to obtain information on the states’ submission of special education data via EDFacts. It closes with a section on observations and conclusions. This document was prepared by Project Forum at the...

  • Educational Researcher

    1/1/04

    Professional Development and teacher learning Craft Cherence : How schools strategically manage multiple external demand Towards an enabling education

  • Effective District Planning and the Required Local Educational Agency Plan (LEAP): Insights from Successful Districts

    1/1/12 - Crotti, P. Almanzan, H.M., Flynn, K., Haas, E. and Tucker, S.

    Improving student academic achievement is central to the work of school districts (Fullan, 2001; Marzano & Waters, 2009; Rorrer, Skrla, & Scheurich, 2008; Supovitz, 2006); yet many districts do not succeed at significantly improving the low performance of their students, and, in some instances, student achievement actually decreases (Fullan, 2001; Payne, 2008). What districts can and should do to improve student achievement appears to be neither obvious nor easy. District work on...

  • Elementary classroom management: Lessons from research and practice

    1/1/93 - Weinstein, C. & Mignano, A. Jr.
  • Historical survey of research and management of mental retardation in the U.S.

    1/1/62 - Doll, E. E. , E. P. Trapp
  • Immigration from Mexico into the Math/Science Pipeline in American Education

    1/1/04 - Crosnoe, Robert, Lopez-Gonzalez, Lorena, Muller, Chandra

    The purpose of this study was to explore generational differences in math/science enrollment and achievement among Mexican-American students and the role of family and school contexts in these differences.We applied survey regression techniques to data from 12,020 adolescents in the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health.Native-born Mexican-American students had lower math/science enrollment than their peers, especially after differences in family and school contexts were taken...

  • Improving Teacher Quality: A Guide for Education Leaders

    2/16/14 - Laine, Sabrina; Sherratt, Ellen; Lasagna, Molly

    Improving Teacher Quality: A Guide for Education Leaders addresses the specific roles education leaders have in ensuring that each classroom has the most effective teacher. Each chapter is tailored to an individual audience and focuses on the key policies they can influence. Improving Teacher Quality includes vignettes, strategies, and realistic action steps to give readers a jumping off point to begin what can seem like an overwhelming endeavor. Every chapter ends with a checklist to...

  • Introduction to emotional and behavioral disorders:Recognizing and managing problems in the classroom

    1/1/05 - Mary M.Jensen

    The purpose of this text is to serve as a practical manual to help general education and special education teachers recognize the behavior problems common to some children and youth in their classrooms.

  • Leading and Managing Extended Schools: Ensuring Every Child Matters (Education Leadership for Social Justice)

    1/1/09 - David Middlewood and Richard Parker
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    Let's Try: Kindergarten Books

    1/14/10 - Ferguson, Dianne

    Welcome books have pictures of the principal, secretaries, Kindergarten teachers, lunchroom manager, librarian and janitors – everyone that a new student needs to get to know. Under each picture, the duties or responsibilities of each person are listed, and how their duties relate to the child. The book can include whatever will help the student familiarize themselves with the new school. It could include maps of the school or community, description of special school events or routines...

  • Managing as a performing art: New ideas for a world of chaotic change.

    1/1/89 - Vaill, P. B.
  • Managing change in a research university special education program.

    1/1/95 - Affleck, J.Q., & Lowenbraun, S.
  • No Child Left Behind: Who Wins? Who Loses?

    1/1/05 - Arce, Josephine, Luna, Debra, Borjian, Ali, Conrad, Marguerite

    The article focuses on the 2002 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, signed by U.S. President George W. Bush, focusing on policy and distribution of funds to public schools. Proponents of the act claim that it aims to close the achievement gap by holding school districts and states accountable, encouraging the use of flexible educational approaches, and supporting parents' rights to school choice. However, one question arises about the means by which the U.S. administration's public school...

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