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Integrating Educational Systems for Successful Reform in Diverse Contexts

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Zusammenfassung This book explains what is needed at the teacher! school! district! state! and federal levels for educational reform to be successful in multicultural! multilingual settings. Conclusions are based on a careful review of hundreds of recent quantitative and qualitative studies relating to educational reform in diverse communities. Informationen zum Autor Amanda Datnow is an Associate Professor of Education at the USC Rossier School of Education. She teaches in the EdD and PhD programs and is also the Associate Director of the Center on Educational Governance. She received her PhD from UCLA and was formerly a faculty member at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto and at Johns Hopkins University. Her research focuses on the politics and policies of school reform! particularly with regard to the professional lives of educators and issues of equity. Sue Lasky is an assistant professor in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville. She is also a Spencer fellow. Her areas of specialization are in systemic reform and school-family partnerships. Her current research focuses on identifying systemic linkages across the education policy system. She has worked in evaluation at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto! where she earned her doctorate and at the Center for Social Organization of Schools at Johns Hopkins University. Sam Stringfield is a Distinguished University Scholar and Co-Director of the Nystrand Center for Excellence in Education in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville. He is a founding editor of the Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk (JESPAR)! and is currently serving as the acting chair of the Educational and Psychological Counseling Department. His research focuses on designs for improving programs within schools! for improving whole schools! for improving systemic supports for schools serving disadvantaged schools! and international comparisons of school effects. Charles Teddlie is the Jo Ellen Levy Yates Distinguished Professor of Education at Louisiana State University (LSU). He received his PhD in Social Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently a Guest Professor at the Research Institute of Educational Economics and Administration at Shenyang Normal University in China. He also served as the Assistant Superintendent for Research and Development at the Louisiana Department of Education. Teddlie's major writing interests are social science research methodology and school effectiveness research. He has taught research methods courses for over twenty years including statistics and qualitative research methods. Klappentext The first book of its kind combining educational reform with multicultural and multilingual issues. Inhaltsverzeichnis Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction; 2. School level improvement efforts; 3. District level reform efforts; 4. Community level reform efforts; 5. State level reform efforts; 6. The role of reform design teams; 7. The role of the Federal Government in reform efforts; 8. Methodological issues in the study of systemic integration for effective reform; 9. Discussion and conclusion; Bibliography. ...

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Amanda Datnow is an Associate Professor of Education at the USC Rossier School of Education. She teaches in the EdD and PhD programs and is also the Associate Director of the Center on Educational Governance. She received her PhD from UCLA and was formerly a faculty member at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto and at Johns Hopkins University. Her research focuses on the politics and policies of school reform, particularly with regard to the professional lives of educators and issues of equity. Sue Lasky is an assistant professor in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville. She is also a Spencer fellow. Her areas of specialization are in systemic reform and school-family partnerships. Her current research focuses on identifying systemic linkages across the education policy system. She has worked in evaluation at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, where she earned her doctorate and at the Center for Social Organization of Schools at Johns Hopkins University. Sam Stringfield is a Distinguished University Scholar and Co-Director of the Nystrand Center for Excellence in Education in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville. He is a founding editor of the Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk (JESPAR), and is currently serving as the acting chair of the Educational and Psychological Counseling Department. His research focuses on designs for improving programs within schools, for improving whole schools, for improving systemic supports for schools serving disadvantaged schools, and international comparisons of school effects. Charles Teddlie is the Jo Ellen Levy Yates Distinguished Professor of Education at Louisiana State University (LSU). He received his PhD in Social Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently a Guest Professor at the Research Institute of Educational Economics and Administration at Shenyang Normal University in China. He also served as the Assistant Superintendent for Research and Development at the Louisiana Department of Education. Teddlie's major writing interests are social science research methodology and school effectiveness research. He has taught research methods courses for over twenty years including statistics and qualitative research methods.

Zusammenfassung
This book explains what is needed at the teacher, school, district, state, and federal levels for educational reform to be successful in multicultural, multilingual settings. Conclusions are based on a careful review of hundreds of recent quantitative and qualitative studies relating to educational reform in diverse communities.

Inhalt

Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction; 2. School level improvement efforts; 3. District level reform efforts; 4. Community level reform efforts; 5. State level reform efforts; 6. The role of reform design teams; 7. The role of the Federal Government in reform efforts; 8. Methodological issues in the study of systemic integration for effective reform; 9. Discussion and conclusion; Bibliography.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Integrating Educational Systems for Successful Reform in Diverse Contexts
Untertitel: Context
Autor:
EAN: 9780521674348
ISBN: 978-0-521-67434-8
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Cambridge
Genre: Psychologie
Anzahl Seiten: 264
Gewicht: 363g
Größe: H224mm x B152mm x T15mm
Jahr: 2006
Auflage: New