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Results 21 thru 27 of 27 total resources.

21.  Web Site
WestEd
Non-profit agency providing educators and policymakers with information and support based on the best knowledge from educational research and practice.

(K...

22.  Web Site
Successful School Reform Efforts Share Common F...
Issue on how public schools meet standards to improve student performance. This issue provides several successful models of standards-based reform and the co...
Grades: 6, 7, 8
23.  Web Site
A Guidebook on School-Wide Improvement
This report provides a comprehensive approach to improving schools and raising student achievement and contrasted with short-term, piecemeal reforms that int...
24.  Web Site
View of the Principal and the Job
Online learning module for administrators that includes application activities, resources for the professor, and textbook assignments. Other resources includ...
25.  Web Site
Redesigning Learning Environments
Interactive case study about a school in Phoenix, Arizona that was once slated for closure that has grown and thrived. Listen to the architect on how he enga...
26.  Web Site
System Wide Change
System wide change can and does happen. This is a case study of Union City Schools, New Jersey that walks you through all perspectives from an overview to ho...
27.  Web Site
Improving Education Practice Through Data Use
This website provides resources on data-driven decision-making and using student data to inform educational improvement, including reviews of software for an...


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High School Science Teacher
Osceola High School - Pinellas, Florida







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