2 edition of Turning around chronically low-performing schools found in the catalog.
Turning around chronically low-performing schools
by National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Dept. of Education in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||Rebecca Herman ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Herman, Rebecca., National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance (U.S.), Institute of Education Sciences (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||LB3063 .T87 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||2009358643|
for turning around chronically low-performing schools and districts. Private Sector Involvement in Education In the United States, there is ongoing, and some - times controversial, debate about using a market-based approach to public education. Essentially, a market-based approach to education features freedom of choice for consumers (students. Those are just three of many success stories told in a May 7, , U.S. Department of Education page report, Turning Around Low-Performing Schools: A Guide for State and Local Leaders. The report provides general guidelines and specific tips for educators and state and local officials on how to turn around persistently low-performing schools.
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In Leadership for Low-Performing Schools Dan Duke points out from the outset something I have learned from years of personal experience — the leadership needed to achieve school turnaround is much different from the leadership needed for other schools.
For school leaders faced with the challenge of new, higher standards and dramatically 5/5(2). Turning Around Chronically Low-Performing Schools. by U.S. Department of Education. Formulates specific and coherent evidence-based recommendations for use by educators aiming to quickly and dramatically improve student achievement in low-performing schools.
The improvements took time to develop; test scores were not significantly better in the first year of reform, but grew larger over time.
The study examined five different reform models initiated by the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) in 36 elementary and high schools identified as chronically low : Marisa de la Torre, Elaine Allensworth, Sanja Jagesic.
Introduction --Turning around chronically low-performing schools --Checklist for carrying out recommendations --Recommendation 1. Signal the need for dramatic change with strong leadership --Recommendation 2.
Maintain a consistent focus on improving instruction --Recommendation 3. I highly recommend this book for those interested in growing the capacity of leaders in our schools. The bottom line is that chronically low-performing schools are being turned around right now Author: Stu Silberman.
In Turning Around Chronically Low-Performing Schools: A Practice Guide published by the Institute for Education Sciences (IES), Herman et al. () provide a quantifiable definition for. Turning Around Chronically Low-Performing Schools Released: May Effective Literacy and English Language Instruction for English Learners in the Elementary Grades.
Chronically low-performing schools (CLPS) are schools that are persistently unable to meet expected standards of student achievement over a number of repeated assessment cycles.
Some of the persistent problems associated with CLPS include, but are not limited to low academic expectation, low attendance rate, high drop-out rate, low graduation rate, high discipline problems, low students and.
This highly-readable book demonstrates how never give up leaders give new-found hope for a brighter future to teachers and students in low-performing schools. Every school leader, regardless of the types of schools and systems they lead, will prosper from the wisdom of effective turnaround captured in this timely book.
-- Dr.5/5(1). IES PRACTICE GUIDE. Turning Around Chronically Low-Performing Schools. NCEE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. WHAT WORKS CLEARINGHOUSE. In this series, we interview a Curry faculty member about their latest book.
Leadership for Low-Performing Schools Daniel L. Duke Published Janu Rowan & Littlefield Publishers Leadership for Low-Performing Schools pulls together decades of Daniel Duke’s work and the work of others engaged in preparing educators to turn around chronically low-performing schools.
Schools (CPS), has been responsible for turning around 22 of the district’s chronically low-performing schools since beginning operations in AUSL relies on front-end and ongoing parent and community engagement strategies to communicate the AUSL turnaround approach and strengthen community involvement and support.
Boston Public Schools. Implementing the Literacy Classroom Visit Model. In a review of schools that have quickly improved student achievement, principals who conducted reading walkthroughs modeled strong leadership for instructional change.
—Rebecca Herman and colleagues. Andew Calkins, Joseph F. Murphy and Donald Feinstein took questions on what needs to be done to help chronically low-performing schools turn themselves around. With more than a decade of experience in school reform, WestEd's Fred Tempes knows how challenging it is for chronically low-performing schools to improve.
He also knows that almost any can accomplish dramatic turnaround. It takes hard work around a core set of principles over an extended period of time. about turning around chronically low-performing schools. Spurred by state accountability systems and the federal No Child Left Behind mandate to “restructure” such schools, education leaders are seeking out new ways to create success for children attending schools where too many have failed for far too long.
These districts will come under the control of a new statewide “Achievement School District,” which is charged with turning around chronically underperforming schools. Humphreys County and Yazoo Municipal School Districts’ local boards of education will be dissolved and replaced by the State Board of Education until they earn a “C” or.
On July 21–22,the Southeast Comprehensive Center and Texas Comprehensive Center at SEDL hosted a regional forum—Turning Around Low-Achieving Schools: A Blueprint for Reform—for state department of education staff from the six states the centers serve and other stakeholders.
Editorial Reviews. Leadership for Low-Performing Schools may be the most important book of the decade. Dan Duke’s focus on “Never-give-up leadership,” combined with a step-by-step guide for working through stumbling blocks he’s seen in decades of work in troubled contexts, make this a must read : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Last week, the Institute of Education Sciences’ Turning Around Chronically Low-Performing Schools project released results from their four interconnected longitudinal studies of chronically low-performing schools in Florida, North Carolina, and Texas.
Of the schools studied, 15 percent were identified as “true turnarounds: They improved the number of students reaching proficiency in.improvement and reform with special concentration on turning around chronically low-performing schools.
The response is divided into three main sections: (1) Recent Research on Effective Methods for Turning Around Low-Performing Schools, (2) Relevant Websites relating to school reform and turnarounds, and (3) Bibliography and References.The governance of educational institutions has a large impact on student and teacher success by defining and regulating relationships both within schools as well as between schools and outside agencies.
Institutional rules and policies determine how educators train and operate, and ultimately determines how students learn. CEPA researchers examine how the various aspects of.