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Technology Integration in Middle School Mathematics and Reading Achievement: Implications for School Leaders
Educational leaders must support teachers in facilitating successful technology integration to impact teaching and learning. To provide this support, leaders need to understand what comprises effective integration of ...
THE TRANSITION FROM ELEMENTARY TO MIDDLE SCHOOL: IMPLICATIONS FOR STUDENT DISCIPLINE
The purpose of this quantitative study was to determine what effect transition had on discipline outcomes when fourth grade elementary students transition to middle school as fifth grade students. The study used descriptive ...
Performance of Students In a Middle School Gifted and Talented Academy Program: Implications for School Leaders
Public education reform combined with the school choice movement calls for middle school leaders to offer a competitive and differentiated educational experience that meets middle school learners at their level. While ...
The Relationship Between African-American Teachers and 8th Grade Student Achievement on Title I Campuses
The focus of this study was to examine the relationship between African-American teachers and academic achievement of middle school students in Title I schools. Student achievement was determined using the passing requirements ...
EXAMINATION OF UPPER SCHOOL PERFORMANCE RELATED TO MIDDLE SCHOOL ATTENDED AT AN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
“The Gulf School,” an independent K-12 day school in the southwestern United States enrolls students into their upper school from not only their own middle school but other area middle schools as well. Since the students ...