5 edition of The Case for District-based Reform found in the catalog.
October 15, 2006
by Harvard Education Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
The case for district-based reform. Jan ; J A Supovitz; Supovitz, J. A. (). The case for district-based reform. The book addresses the use of qualitative longitudinal methods, their. Authors. Beth E. Schueler is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. She studies education policy and politics with a focus on efforts to improve low-performing schools and districts in the United by:
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The Case for District-Based Reform is a wonderful book. I have been working closely with leading school districts in the last decade and Supovitz captures all the key issues. Great, powerful insights, clearly expressed--Supovitz nails the problem and promise of the role of the district in bringing about meaningful, sustainable by: The Case for District-Based Reform is a wonderful book.
I have been working closely with leading school districts in the last decade and Supovitz captures all the key issues. Great, powerful insights, clearly expressed--Supovitz nails the problem and promise of the role of the district in bringing about meaningful, sustainable reform.
“The Case for District-Based Reform is a wonderful book. I have been working closely with leading school districts in the last decade and Supovitz captures all the key issues. Great, powerful insights, clearly expressed—Supovitz nails the problem and promise of the role of the district in bringing about meaningful, sustainable reform.”Price: The Case for District-based Reform book The Case for District-Based Reform: Leading, Building, and Sustaining School Improvement by Jonathan A.
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Get this from a library. The case for district-based reform: leading, building, and sustaining school improvement. [Jonathan A Supovitz]. "The Case for District-Based Reform"is a wonderful book. I have been working closely with leading school districts in the last decade and Supovitz captures all the key issues.
Great, powerful insights, clearly expressed Supovitz nails the problem and promise of the role of the district in bringing about meaningful, sustainable : This book of insightful case studies fills a void long felt by educational administrators in search of practical, real-world training tools.
It will serve as a catalyst for the tough conversations district leaders need to have about achieving high-quality outcomes for all students. Supovitz, J. A., () The Case for District-Based Reform: Leading, Building, and Sustaining School Improvement.
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Vol. 27. Even a less contentious districtwide reform set of strategies, well designed and pursued over a five-year period in Duval County, Fla., did not accomplish much widespread reform, according to Jon Supovitz in his soon-to-be-published book, The Case for District-Based Reform. School Turnarounds: The Essential Role of Districts by These cases—and the book as a whole—bring district-based initiatives and options into the larger discussion of the turnaround movement and its potential for improving chronically low-performing schools.
must read for anyone in education reform. The book provides a ray of Author: Heather Zavadsky. ASCD Customer Service. Phone Monday through Friday a.m p.m.
ASCD () Address North Beauregard St. Alexandria, VA Writing in his recent book "The Case for District-Based Reform," Dr. Supovitz looks at the case of Duval County, Florida, to shed light on the role of the school district in enacting large-scale reform. Based on case studies conducted in fourteen high-poverty, urban schools, the book examines why some schools failed to make progress, while others achieved remarkable results.
It explores the challenges that administrators and teachers faced. Realization: The Change Imperative for Deepening District-Wide Reform is one of those books that gives me great encouragement that large-scale reform is indeed possible.
Lyn Sharratt and Michael Fullan show how ordinary people, using what we know and applying it with insight and persistence, can accomplish great things. New K book releases in policy, reform, and leadership. most useful documents and resources, relevant case studies (if available), and a resource list with hyperlinked documents for easy access.a The toolkit is organized in this way: Section 1: Introduction: An overview of the toolkit.
The state of school File Size: 1MB. The papers will be published in a book tentatively titled Designing High Performance Schools: Strategies for School-Based Management (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, forthcoming). Johnson, S.M. & K.C. Boles. "School-Based Management and Teaches: Strategies for.
"Social Network Theory and Educational Change" offers a provocative and fascinating exploration of how social networks in schools can impede or facilitate the work of education reform.
Drawing on the work of leading scholars, the book comprises a series of studies examining networks among teachers and school leaders, contrasting formal and informal organizational structures, Cited by:. Twenty years after the fall of apartheid, social and economic disparities persist in South Africa and have a profound effect on the health of the population.
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At the heart of the book are case studies of districts that have developed system-wide policies and programs for instituting turnaround reforms in.the district. These two initiatives are rooted in an evolution of education reform in Detroit and across the nation. Thus, a large part of this thesis is an historical case study of the national context of education reform today and a presentation File Size: KB.