4 edition of A decade of urban school reform found in the catalog.
A decade of urban school reform
Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-296) and index.
|Statement||edited by S. Paul Reville with Celine Coggins.|
|Contributions||Reville, S. Paul., Coggins, Celine.|
|LC Classifications||LC5133.B6 D43 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|ISBN 10||9781891792380, 9781891792373|
|LC Control Number||2006939813|
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"A Decade of Urban School Reform tells the story of Boston's successful urban school reform under Tom Payzant's extraordinary leadership. Through these essays, we learn the A decade of urban school reform book for success: a research-based theory of change, support from a mayor with a longstanding commitment to education, a laser-like focus on instruction, cooperation from teachers unions, central office reform 5/5(1).
A Decade of Urban School Reform tells the story of Boston's successful urban school reform under Tom Payzant's extraordinary leadership. Through these essays, we learn the ingredients for success: a research-based theory of change, support from a mayor with a longstanding commitment to education, a laser-like focus on instruction, cooperation from teachers unions, central office reform.
This deeply democratic struggle for school reform contains important lessons for all of the nation's urban areas. It provides a striking point of contrast to orthodox models of change and places the political empowerment of low-income parents at the heart of genuine school improvement and civic by: "A Decade of Urban School Reform" looks at this critical era in the Boston schools and distills valuable insights and lessons for school leaders and reformers by: 7.
This critical era in the Boston Public Schools is the focus of a new book by the Rennie Center for Education Research and Policy entitled, A Decade of Urban School Reform: Persistence and Progress in the Boston Public Schools, which distills A decade of urban school reform book insights and lessons for school leaders and reformers everywhere.
Paul Reville is the author of A Decade of Urban School Reform ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and A Decade of Urban School Ref /5(7). Payne carefully delineates these stubborn and intertwined sources of failure in urban school reform efforts of the past two decades.
Yet while his book is unsparing in its exploration of the troubled recent history of urban school reform, Payne also describes himself as Cited by: View the summary, press release, and author interview. Today’s urban school reformers face a bewildering array of challenges.
Urgent problems pertaining to governance, management, labor. The Redesign of Urban School Systems provides a uniquely valuable resource for anyone involved in preparing education leaders for the political and practical realities of district-based school reform.
"This book is a rare double play. The cases place readers in a troubled urban political context, /5(10). The progress of turnaround, a school reform approach that gained national prominence in urban education in the late s, provides insight into the tension between small- and large-scale by: 1.
For more than a decade, school choice has been a flashpoint in debates about our nation's schooling. Perhaps the most commonly advanced argument for school choice is the notion that markets will force public schools to improve, particularly in those urban areas where improvement has proved so elusive/5(2).
Purpose: Improving urban schools of color and the communities where they are located requires leadership that spans school and community boundaries. The purpose of this study is to understand how principal and community leader actions support urban school reform along with community development at two community schools in the urban Midwest and Cited by: Book Description.
Urban Renewal and School Reform in Baltimore examines the role of the contemporary public school as an instrument of urban design.
The central case study in this book, Henderson-Hopkins is a PK-8 campus serving as the civic centerpiece of the East Baltimore Development Initiative. An indispensable book for administrators, policymakers, scholars, and practitioners, Urban School Reform presents a revealing portrait of reform efforts while identifying the full range of issues that education reformers will need to address in districts across the country in the years ahead.
A Decade of Whole-School Reform. The New American Schools Experience. by Sheila Nataraj Kirby, Mark Berends, Analyses in one urban school district of how whole-school designs promote changes in classroom instruction, teaching and learning, and individual-level student achievement scores New American Schools After a Decade.
Jan 1, Cited by: 3. Ghetto schooling: a political economy of urban educational reform User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Writing passionately from her experience of working for reform in the inner-city schools of Newark, New Jersey, Anyon (dean, education, Rutgers Univ.) argues that reform must include efforts to 2/5(1).
Critics charge that these efforts only increase school bureaucracy and undermine teachers’ autonomy in the classroom. First published inthis book moves beyond the rhetoric surrounding the basic skills debate by providing a thorough yet critical examination of urban education, urban school reform, and teachers’ work culture.
Richard Stutman, President, Boston Teachers Union" "A Decade of Urban School Reform" tells the story of Boston's successful urban school reform under Tom.
Buy A Decade of Urban School Reform by S. Paul Reville, Celine Coggins from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Books shelved as education-reform: The Death and Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice Are Undermining Education by Diane Ravi.
This book tells the story of an innovative approach to educational change in urban schools. Using a case study approach, the book describes how working class parents, public school teachers, clergy, social workers, business partners, and other engaged citizens have worked to improve education in inner-city schools.
Their combined efforts are linked through the community Cited by: Spinning Wheels: The Politics of Urban School Reform. Almost everyone agrees that America's urban schools are a mess. But while this agreement has fostered widespread support for aggressive reform, Frederick Hess argues that much of what ails urban education is actually the result of continuous or fragmentary reform/5.
Social Reform and the Urban School Class, Bureaucracy, and Schools: The Illusion of Educational Change in America, by Michael B. Katz, with a Foreword by Stephan Thernstrom. New York: Praeger Publishers, + xxvi pp.
$ (cloth); $ (paper). School Reform: Past and Present, edited by Michael B. Katz. So I work in a failing urban school, and a failing urban school system.
This book obviously hits home in many many different ways, because the author, without judging, paints a very accurate picture of the various schools I have worked at within this system and visited through my time in this system.4/5. His most recent books are Cultural Matters: Lessons Learned from Field Studies of Several Leading School Reform Strategies (Hampton Press, ), the International Handbook of Urban Education (Springer, ), and Schools for Marginalized Youth: An International Perspective (Hampton Press, ).
Books From This Author. A Better Way to Budget. A Cord of Three Strands. A Decade of Urban School Reform. A Good Fit for All Kids. A Grand Bargain for Education Reform. A Nation Reformed. A Policy Reader in Universal Design for Learning. A Practical Reader in Universal Design for Learning. A Qualified Teacher in Every Classroom.
A Reason to Read. A Decade of Urban School Reform Persistence and Progress in the Boston Public Schools Edited by S. Paul Reville with Celine Coggins. A Decade of Urban School Reform looks at this critical era in the Boston schools and distills valuable insights and lessons for school leaders and reformers everywhere.
ORDER. Trujillo is an associate professor at the University of California, Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education.
She is a former urban public school teacher, school reform consultant, and. School reform has a long and colorful history in the United States, with many fierce debates about change taking place over the decades.
Issues have included such wide-ranging topics as funding, integration, and the merits of public versus private education for the millions of children in America's elementary and high school system.
For scholars and policy makers focused on reforming urban schools, Organizing Schools for Improvement: Lessons From Chicago may represent the most important research over the past decade of debate.
This book by Anthony S. Bryk, Penny Bender Sebring, Elaine Allensworth, Stuart Luppescu, and John Q. Easton is especially noteworthy because it is urban students Cited by: 7. His books include Spinning Wheels: The Politics of Urban School Reform (Brookings, ) and School Choice in the Real World (Westview, ).
An indispensable book for administrators, policymakers, scholars, and practitioners, "Urban School Reform" presents a revealing portrait of reform efforts while identifying the full range of issues that education reformers will need to address in districts across the country in the years ahead.
Today's urban school reformers face a bewildering array of by: reform took in Canada over the past decade. Depending upon one's initial viec.T of '\1hat ails the city, or Hhere one stood in the:;::olitical spectruo, or whether one was a bureaucrat, political or activist, one aCvoccted a very different strategy of reform.
For ex~ple, i= you. In a massive survey of urban education, Education Week concluded that “most 4th graders who live in U.S. cities can’t read and understand a simple children’s book, and most 8th graders can. This book asserts that efforts to reform schools, particularly urban schools, are events that engender a host of issues and conflicts that have been interpreted through the conceptual lens of community.
"This valuable book explores the conflicting meanings of community. Spread the loveSchool reform is a considerable task in and of itself.
When thinking about low-income and urban schools, however, there are even more intricacies to sift through. Find out how urban school reform is special and what we need to do specifically to address it.
Why is there no progress when we desperately need it. With skyrocketing costs, budget crises, inconsistent. Dissecting twenty years of educational politics in our nation’s largest cities, American School Reform offers one of the clearest assessments of school reform as it has played out in our recent history.
Joseph P. McDonald and his colleagues evaluate the half-billion-dollar Annenberg Challenge—launched in —alongside other large-scale reform efforts that have taken.
Books shelved as urban-schools: Educating Esmé: Diary of a Teacher's First Year by Esmé Raji Codell, Literacy with an Attitude: Educating Working-Class C. This book presents a critique of urban school reform that emerges from an exploration of three avenues: learning from the country's long history of previous attempts at reform, listening seriously to the voices of urban practitioners, and going beyond best practices in pedagogy and school organization to view reform in the larger, more controversial urban contexts of Author: Joseph W.
Check. "In this timely and important book, John Spencer situates the tragically shortened life of the brilliant African American educator Marcus Foster in multiple contexts: the history of urban education, urban politics, and debates around strategies of school reform.
A New View of Urban Education Reform Mark R. Warren In this article, Mark R. Warren argues that if urban school reform in the United States is to be successful, it must be linked to the revitalization of the communities around our schools.Abstract A substantial body of evidence has shown that past reforms have largely failed to improve schools in urban areas After reviewing some of the major reforms that have been undertaken over the last years the authors conclude that prior efforts failed to address the numerous ways in which poverty influences student academic outcomes and school .Black social capital: The politics of school reform in Baltimore, Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press.
Reville, S. P. (). A decade of urban school reform: Persistence and progress in the Boston Public Schools. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Russo, A. (). School reform in Chicago: Lessons in Policy and Practice.