National Urban Alliance Professional Development Model for Improving Achievement in the Context of Effective Schools Research

Levine, Daniel U.; Cooper, Eric J.; Hilliard III, Asa
September 2000
Journal of Negro Education;Fall2000, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p305
Academic Journal
Evaluates implications of the Professional Development Model of the National Urban Alliance for Effective Education in the United States. Intention of improving student comprehension, content performance and thinking skills; Emphasis on instructional strategies; Reasons for the existing achievement gap between African American and White children.


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