Ohio Governor Set to Approve Budget With $900 Million School of Debt
- S.C. Ranks Second in Nation in School Improvement. // South Carolina Business Journal;Jan99, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p2
Reports that South Carolina ranks second in the United States in school improvement, according to the National Education Goals Panel (NEGP). State Superintendent of Education Barbara Neilsen's discussion of the state's educational goal; Comments of Hunter Howard, president of the South Carolina...
- Collegiality. Hoerr, Thomas R. // Phi Delta Kappan;Jan96, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p380
Suggests that the solution to demands on principals, is the sharing of responsibility for instructional leadership with teachers. Obstacles in instructional leadership; Role of teacher; Steps to take in building collegiality and support of teachers.
- Better middle-schooling for Mexican Americans. Donato, Ruben; de Onis, Carmen // Education Digest;Nov95, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p53
Looks at educational problems facing Mexican-American and African-American youths at school. Aspirations of Project Team.
- The road to classroom change. Guskey, Thomas R.; Peterson, Kent D. // Educational Leadership;Dec/Jan96, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p10
Reports that there are a variety of obstacles that are preventing school-based decision making from improving teaching and learning. Steps to overcome those problems; Guidelines for improvement.
- Reflections on facilitating school improvement: Issues of value. Glickman, Carl D. // Journal of Curriculum & Supervision;Spring91, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p265
Evaluates issues relevant to the orientation of school improvement programs in the United States according to implementation scenarios. Questions on emphasizing internal or external school improvement programs; Perception of educators' roles in sharing school improvement insights.
- Finding the way: Structure, time, and culture in school improvement. Donahoe, Tom // Phi Delta Kappan;Dec93, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p298
Discusses the literature and practice of school restructuring or school improvement. Relationship between school structure, time, and culture; Role of time and culture in school effectiveness; Creation and sustenance of interactive culture; Support for the infrastructure needed to improve...
- The time dilemma in school restructuring. Watts, Gary D.; Castle, Shari // Phi Delta Kappan;Dec93, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p306
Discusses time as one of the most difficult problems faced by schools and districts engaged in restructuring. Need for flexibility of schedules; Use pedagogical practices to create flexible scheduling patterns; Strategies for dealing with the dilemma of time; Efforts in dealing with time dilemma.
- Collaborative Work. Lieberman, Ann // Educational Leadership;Feb86, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p4
Discusses the role of collaborative work between school and community leaders in the success of school improvement programs in the U.S. Complexities associated with school improvement; Importance of various forms of collaborative work; Examples of school collaborative works in the U.S.
- The Role of Students in School Self-Assessment. Smith, William J.; Gouett, Marsha I. // Education Canada;Spring2002, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p10
Focuses on the involvement of students in evaluating school self-assessment project in Montreal, Quebec. Evaluation of the education project of the school; Use of mission statement as basis of evaluation; Success in mathematics and science subjects.