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Case studies in school accountability.

Case studies in school accountability.

a case-study of the developing relationships of a new school ; by Jennifer Nias.

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Published by Cambridge Institute of Education .
Written in English


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Statementby David Bridges
ContributionsBridges, David., Nias, Jennifer., Cambridge Accountability Project.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21291690M

3. Case Overview: This case is a fictitious case developed based on some of the dilemmas that students encounter with friends. It is intended to bring out discussions on the responsibility and accountability of students, teaching assistant and Professors. 4. Case Objectives: The big idea in this case study is accountability. Investigations into Using Data to Improve Learning to enhance school autonomy, accountability, and pa- this case study is to explore the unique features of theFile Size: 1MB.

  The case study had a multi-site case study approach, and methods included a common interview protocol and procedure. In addition to lengthy conversations with the principal and the leadership team at each school, groups of teachers, students, and parents were interviewed to capture multiple perspectives on the school and the school’s by: Top 40 Most Popular Case Studies of Cases about food and agriculture took center stage in A case on the coffee supply chain remained the top case and cases on burgers, chocolate, and palm oil all made the top ten, according to data compiled by Yale School of Management Case Research and Development Team (SOM CRDT).

In the pages that follow, we report on case studies of eight public and eight private elementary schools in California. 1 One critique of a study that uses cases, rather than a large random sample of schools, is that it is not necessarily representative and hence cannot yield reliable conclusions regarding possible differences or similarities. This book documents classroom practices and considers the implementation and consequences of the Kentucky Education Reform (KERA) Act through case studies, comparisons to other models, and responses from national experts. The chapters are: (1) "Kentucky Lesson: How High Stakes School Accountability Undermines a Performance-Based Curriculum Vision" (Betty Lou Whitford and Ken Cited by: 3.


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Each case is authored by an in-service teacher, reflecting on ways to improve instruction by making changes to various aspects of the curriculum. These real-life examples investigate up-to-date curricular issues ranging from accountability in education to curriculum design, implementation, and evaluation, school reform, pedagogy, and decision.

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Principal Training Program (PFD2) scholarships, to develop case studies about their schools for this book. The chosen school principals had already learned and mastered new leadership skills in 7 schools participating in PFD, which aims to train and empower school principals to File Size: KB. A teacher grapples with when corporal punishment crosses the line into child abuse and whether or not reporting her suspicions Case studies in school accountability.

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