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Building Teacher Leaders: Purposefully Increasing Teacher Leadership Capacity
School principals are required to do more now than ever. High stakes accountability has principals grappling for ways to achieve state and federal standards. Principals must also ensure their stakeholders’ needs are met ...
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 ...
STUDENT READING ACHIEVEMENT IN DUAL LANGUAGE AND TRANSITIONAL BILINGUAL PROGRAMS: AN EVALUATIVE STUDY
With increasing demands imposed by state standards for students to show proficiency at high levels in reading and writing, instruction for the English language learner is critical. Dual language programs address English ...
What School Leaders Need to Know About the Performance of High-Achieving Students on Standardized Tests
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 has changed the accountability of student achievement in American public schools. Since the enactment, achievement has increased for low-achieving students (Loveless, 2008). ...
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS AND TEACHERS
Educators across the country understand that our educational system must improve in the near future in order to keep pace with other countries around the world and provide students with the appropriate opportunities for ...
A Study of International Baccalaureate Middle Year Programme Participants' College Readiness Indicator Exam Scores and the Implications for School Leaders
The purpose of this longitudinal, non-experimental, causal comparative research study was to investigate whether a statistically significant difference existed between the college readiness indicator exam scores of students ...