8 edition of Improving the urban high school found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-335).
|Statement||Karen Seashore Louis, Matthew B. Miles.|
|Contributions||Miles, Matthew B.|
|LC Classifications||LC5131 .L64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|ISBN 10||080773022X, 0807730211|
|LC Control Number||90031068|
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Improving Schools is for all those engaged in school development, whether improving schools in difficulty or making successful schools even better. The journal includes contributions from across the world with an increasingly international readership including teachers, heads, academics, education authority staff, inspectors and consultants.
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Edited by: Mary Margaret Capraro, Texas A&M University Robert M. Capraro, Texas A&M University Chance W. Lewis, University of North Carolina at Charlotte A volume in the series: Contemporary Perspectives on Access, Equity, and (s): Chance W.
Lewis, University of North Carolina at Charlotte. This probing book turns an analytical lens on an urban high school's attempt to improve academic performance with an Afrocentric curriculum. The author's detailed examination provides a comprehensive look at the limits and possibilities for identity reform in poor urban schools.
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This book is filled with real-world strategies to implement Author: Leanne L. Howell, Chance W. Lewis, Norvella Carter. The teachers working in the effective interventions we highlight had consistent access to strong school supports that ranged from proven curricula and coaches in the case of the pre-K and charter schools, to community partners and carefully planned professional development sessions focused on improving instruction in the high school.
City schools, by contrast, serve a very different mix of young people. Roughly two-thirds of urban students are nonwhite, and in the 20 largest school districts, that figure is 80 percent on.
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The plot then takes one of two typical turns: Either the Author: Melinda D. Anderson. Finally, school districts in urban communities must revisit the start time for high schools.
Most high schools begin their day around a.m. The. Housing instability can lead to frequent school moves, high rates of absenteeism, and low test scores among children. Housing affects almost everything.
Throughout June, Urban Institute scholars will offer evidence-based ideas for reducing poverty and increasing : Mary K. Cunningham. school has a truancy rate of %, a mobility rate of %, and an attendance rate of % (SBE, ). This school earned the Bright Star Award for the school year. This is awarded to schools for high student performance on SSAT with low student cost.
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Free shipping for many products. After reminding us that any teacher who puts a book in front of a student is a reading teacher, the authors give us a teacher-tested reading course for middle and high school students.
They avoid the baloney in the present reading debates by paying attention to actual students/5. Definition and Descriptions. Improving student attendance is a major preoccupation for many schools across the country.
Though little educational research has focused on the relationship between attendance and student performance, some studies suggest that school attendance and student academic performance are closely associated (Borland & Howsen, ).Author: Johnny S.
Kim, Calvin L. Streeter. Immediately following the release of A Nation at Risk by the National Commission on Excellence in Education (), intense public interest was generated in improving the achievement of U.S. secondary school students by reforming and restructuring U.S.
high schools. Although most states and school districts have adopted the commission’s recommendations for strengthening state and local high. For decades, the district has produced the most heartbreaking results for already at-risk kids.
The Urban School System of the Future explains how we can finally turn the tide and create dynamic, responsive, high-performing, self-improving urban school systems that fulfill the promise of public education.".
The school’s second indicator for Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) was the attendance rate. The attendance rate for the previous school year () was %. This meant % of the students were absent from school more than 15 days.
The principal was concerned with the high attendance rate and asked the author. A recent New York Times article suggested that Chicago had the nation’s fastest-improving large urban school district. In it, reporters Emily Badger and Kevin Quealy summarized data from a new study by Sean Reardon of the Stanford University Center for Education Policy Analysis.
For many, that was surprising news, since the district has received heat [ ]. Through the experiences of urban high school teachers who partner with their local university, Del Prete provides unique insight into teaching and learning in the midst of reform.
He effectively illustrates why focusing on teaching practice and school cultures—more than standards and accountability—is a more fruitful way to achieve real and.
InRoutledge also published, Five Practices for Improving the Success of Latino Students: A Guide for Secondary School Leaders.
NCUST has developed partnerships with schools and districts eager to establish outstanding urban schools. school, literacy initiatives in middle and high school should focus on three goals. Improve overall levels of reading succeed in the world after school, adolescents must leave high school with higher levels of reading proficiency than they are currently attaining.
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Purpose: Improving urban schools of color and the communities where they are located requires leadership that spans school and community boundaries. The purpose of this study is to understand how principal and community leader actions support urban school reform along with community development at two community schools in the urban Midwest and by: Improving educational outcomes for poor children 2.
High-poverty schools lack the capacity to substantially improve student learning, independent of financial re-sources. Potential solutions to this problem would in-volve helping schools improve the quality of their stan-dard operating practices, or increasing the instructional.
Reading for Understanding A Guide to Improving Reading in Middle & High School Classrooms by Ruth Schoenbach available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.
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The book builds upon research conducted by the National Institute for Urban School Improvement, a year, $12 million program Kozleski led that provided leadership for transformation and gathered data from major urban school districts across the United States.
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Accountability and Urban High Schools: The Challenge of Improving Instructional Practices 7. Toward Strategic Deployment of Resources 8. The Political Dynamics of Building Public Support for Education 9. MacIver MA. The challenge of improving urban high school graduation outcomes: findings from a randomized study of dropout prevention efforts.
Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk ;16(3) Flores N, Chu H. How does size matter? The impact of the rise of small schools on Latinos and emergent bilinguals in New York City.A supplemental text with a fresh, bold edge, Challenges of Urban Education includes a range of topics from quantitative analyses of student demographics to the description and analysis of urban high school students' creative writing.
The book bridges the dualisms of local and global, theory and practice, and structure and agency.IUPUI education faculty member co-edits book focused on improving urban education.