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Raising the educational achievement of secondary school students

Raising the educational achievement of secondary school students

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Education in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational innovations -- United States,
  • School improvement programs -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Education
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet (8 p.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14458430M
    OCLC/WorldCa33949224

    Mahanta Dibyajyoti () "The Role of Home Environment and Mathematics Achievement for Students of Secondary Schools in Nagaon District". Asian J. of Adv. Basic Sci.: 2(1), ISSN (Online. The achievement goals and parenting of a sample of grade 8 – 10 Australian students were examined to distinguish differences between low‐ and .

    The study is related to a longer book project that Feliciano and her colleague Rubén Rumbaut are working on, which will trace how children from immigrant families who went to middle school in San. The mean value of private school students is higher than the government school students which means that private school students have more academic achievement motivation than the government school students. Main findings of the study • Girls students had more academic achievement motivation than boys at senior secondary Size: KB.

    NASSP offers Breaking Ranks II™ and Breaking Ranks in the Middle™ as tools that provide school leaders with a framework for raising awareness of the achievement gap and strategies to address it. Recommendations The achievement gap is the product of a multitude of factors all working together. Elaine K. McEwan is an educational consultant with The McEwan-Adkins Group, offering professional development for educators to assist them in meeting the challenges of literacy learning in Grades Pre K A former teacher, librarian, principal, and assistant superintendent for instruction in several suburban Chicago school districts, Elaine is the award-winning and best-selling author of more Cited by: 1.


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New provisions in Title I, the federal government's largest elementary and secondary school program, encourage greater use of funds in high-poverty secondary schools.

This handbook is the first of a two-volume series designed to support the implementation of the new Title I legislation. The volume describes an array of promising practices and principles for reform supported by current research.

Raising the Educational Achievement of Secondary School Students: An Idea Book. ways in which Title I can be used effectively at Raising the educational achievement of secondary school students book high school level to achieve better results for disadvantaged students.

The book is designed to serve as a resource to help educators use the opportunities provided by federal education programs in conjunction. Get this from a library. Raising the educational achievement of secondary school students: an idea book.

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The book begins and ends with reflections from students of their own school experiences, and makes practical recommendations for the future. This book draws upon empirical research and work initiated as part of the DfES project on Raising Boys' Achievement. How can secondary schools raise achievement.

We look at case studies on how secondary schools have raised achievement. We also relay advice on how schools can use continuing professional development for staff and personalised career goals for pupils to raise achievement.

Our strategy-packed e-book Raising achievement in your classroom has the answers. Our page e-book will help you to equip students with the tools and opportunity to reach their potential. From managing behaviour and raising expectations to building strong rapports, you can improve the quality of your teaching and cultivate a learning.

Here’s a book that gives you that plus a whole-school plan for raising the achievement of these chronically underserved students. Drawing from her work with teachers and school leaders who have narrowed achievement gaps in their schools, Johnnie McKinley lays out the instructional, management, and assessment strategies that make you far more.

2. Your School Should Be a Change Agent-- Change agents are passionate and driven about their make the tough decisions keeping what's best for the students in focus.

When complaints about change and improvement come rolling in, and they will, pay close attention to your leadership and their decisions. The schools involved in the project include learners from the compulsory school and upper-secondary school sectors.

The project aims to raise the achievement of all learners. However, it especially focuses on challenging issues, like raising the achievement of. course book. After the unit was completed, the same achievement test in pre-test was directed to students as post-test and the success of the students is analyzed with SPSS program.

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Successful Practice and Reasons for improvement • Common characteristics of successful schools • Other success factors -critical for ethnic minorities' pupils 4.

Conclusions and Policy ImplicationsFile Size: 3MB. Report on “Raising Educational Achievement” Summary This report provides an update and overview of the Equality Impact Assessment exists between school improvement and education welfare officers. and % into Y7 with all parents offered places for secondary education on national offer day.

Raising Attainment When looking at ways to raise attainment there are a number of factors to consider – whether you are looking across the whole school, or are working with groups or individuals. Our courses enable teachers to combat under-achievement by broadening their range of.

The ‘Raising Boys’ Achievement Project’ (RBA) was a four-year project () which focused on issues associated with the apparent differential academic achievement of boys and girls at key stage 2 and key stage 4 in schools in England.

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The study was carried out on a sample of male and female students studying in class IXth of Aligarh District, U.P. India. Two self developed toolsFile Size: KB. Raising literacy levels in secondary schools has taken on a new urgency.

Recognized author, Elaine K. McEwan, focuses her revised second edition on broadening and enhancing the "five big ideas" for winning the battle against illiteracy, with reflection and discussion questions for reinforcement.

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Raising Achievement in Secondary Mathematics shows how well-meant teaching strategies and approaches can in practice exacerbate underachievement in maths by making inappropriate demands on learners. As well as criticizing some of the teaching and grouping practices that are considered normal in many schools, the book also offers an alternative /5(4).Raising Achievement in Secondary Mathematics groups of students.

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Abstract. The purpose of this study is to explore high school students’ understandings of achievement and opportunity through their lived experiences which are constructed under a.