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The Keys to Effective Schools

Educational Reform as Continuous Improvement

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Working in tandem with the powerful National Education Association's KEYS initiative (Keys to Excellence in Your Schools), this second edition focuses on how to change a school's organizational structure and culture to improve the quality of teaching and learning. Each chapter, revised and updated to address continuous improvement and narrowing the achievement gap, provides a wealth of knowledge from leading experts in the field including Patricia A. Alexander, Eva L. Baker, James A. Banks, Peter Cookson, Lorna M. Earl, Richard F. Elmore, Michael Fullan, Geneva Gay, Willis D. Hawley, Jacqueline Jordan Irvine, Kenneth Leithwood, Ann Lieberman, Judith Warren Little, Lynne Miller, P. Karen Murphy, Fred M. Newmann, Sonia Nieto, Janet Ward Schofield, Walter G. Stephan, Gary Sykes, and Linda Valli. Educators at all levels, policymakers, and parents will discover how to apply the lessons learned from research. This essential handbook provides new chapters, including exemplary practice on teaching and learning for a multicultural society and on continuous school improvement. Now you can advance to the next level of change with an integral resource for school reform.

Author Biography

Willis D. Hawley is Professor of Education and Public Affairs at the Univer-sity of Maryland, where he served as Dean of the College of Education from 1993 to 1998. He taught at Yale, Duke, and Vanderbilt universities before going to Maryland. He has published numerous books, articles, and book chapters dealing with teacher education, school reform, urban politics, po-litical learning, organizational change, school desegregation, and educa-tional policy. His most recent research deals with the professional develop-ment of teachers, the education of teachers (in the United States and Japan), school restructuring and effectiveness, family influences on the academic performance of Southeast Asian children in the United States, and race re-lations. He has served as consultant to numerous public agencies, includ-ing the Executive Office of the President, the U.S. Senate, the U.S. Depart-ment of Education, and the World Bank, as well as many state and local governments, foundations, and professional associations. He also organized and directs the Common Destiny Alliance, a coalition of national organi-zations and scholars interested in using research to improve intergroup relations.
Release date NZ
December 12th, 2006
Contributor
Edited by Willis D. Hawley
Country of Publication
United States
Edition
2nd Revised edition
Imprint
SAGE Publications Inc
Pages
248
Dimensions
152x229x13
ISBN-13
9781412941013
Product ID
2066040

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