4 edition of School restructuring found in the catalog.
John H. Hansen
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||John H. Hansen, Elaine Liftin.|
|LC Classifications||LB2805 .H2953 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||91065221|
United States have emphasized "restructuring" of schools. This book syntherizes 5 years of research conducted by the Center on Organization and Restructuring of Schools (CORS). From to , the center analyzed data from the following sources: (1) the School. Restructuring Study (SRS), an examination of 24 significantly. New articles and research about how COVID is impacting business from Harvard Business School experts, and advice for leaders as they manage during the coronvirus crisis.
State Takeover, School Restructuring, Private Management, and Student Achievement in Philadelphia examines achievement effects in the privately managed schools and in two groups of schools given special support under district management, in the context of districtwide achievement trends. Four years after the state takeover, achievement results. School administrators around the nation are grappling with whether to resume in-person classes and restructuring to increase social distancing and other measures to .
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Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 9 January Cited by: Successful school restructuring: a report to the public and educators by the Center on Organization and Restructuring of Schools Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Foreword / by Richard F. Elmore --Preface --Introduction: The need for reform --Profile of a failing school system --South West High: a failing school --Mobilizing a movement for school reform: citizen initiative --Basis for restructuring schools --Restructuring the Chicago public schools --Changing roles of principals and teachers --Parents.
Drawing on wide ranging research this book, originally published inexplores how the policy changes of previous years were affecting primary teachers and their work at the time. Within the context of worldwide restructuring, the thoughts, feelings and activities of Cited by: In this book, educational scholars and practitioners examine school-restructuring processes, particularly those involved in site-based management.
Following the introduction and overview by John J. Lane and Edgar G. Epps, part 1 examines concepts and theories that relate to school restructuring in general and to school-based management in particular.
book to assist states, districts, and schools in establishing policies, procedures, and support to successfully restructure schools. The Handbook is organized into three sections.
Section 1: Overview of Restructuring The Handbook complements School Restructuring Under NCLB: What Works When. produced by Public Impact and the Center for. Inclusive Education: School Restructuring. The call for restructuring of American education to establish meaningful educational standards (i.e., student outcomes) and to hold schools accountable for accomplishing those outcomes with every student requires.
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He is the recipient of the Charles M. Williams award in recognition of outstanding teaching in executive education at Harvard Business School. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The nature of restructuring --The process of restructuring --A model of restructuring efforts --Educational research and restructuring --Outcome-based education --Site-based management --Total quality management --Year-round schools --Parental involvement --Educational.
Popular demands for school restructuring are increasingly common. This book is designed for diverse audiences who are interested in school improvement.
Chapter 1, "Restructuring: In Search of a Movement" (Joseph Murphy), provides a historical and conceptual framework of restructuring efforts. Chapter 2, "Feeling the Ripples, Riding the Waves" (Nona Prestine), examines the implications of the.
Alexander: Restructuring high school seasons. It’s about the kids ‘Let’s come through for these student-athletes who are depending on us,’ Southern Section commissioner Rob Wigod says.
This book presents the findings of a five-year, federally funded study that examined the connection between school restructuring and student achievement. Using a wealth of examples, the authors provide a vivid picture of the conditions under which innovations in a school's organization contribute to.
Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Restructuring: Text and Cases incorporates seven brief cases and six full-length teaching cases that instructors can use for classroom discussion and for in-depth understanding of the issues at hand. The book will help the readers answer crucial questions such as.
Restructuring Schools provides administrators, state policymakers, teachers, and other educators with an understanding of what can and cannot be achieved through particular restructuring efforts and of the role they can play as individuals to make such efforts succeed.
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School restructuring creates new expectations of those who offer leadership to schools, expectations not well captured in images of instructional leadership. This article describes a 4-year program of research about transformational forms of leadership in schools responding to a variety of restructuring initiatives.Another form of cultural adaptation involves how an intervention is delivered.
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As example, rather than use cognitive restructuring to replace erroneous thoughts, we teach musical cognitive restructuring.