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5 edition of Reclaiming our schools found in the catalog.

Reclaiming our schools

whose kids are they, anyway?

by King, Richard L.

  • 277 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Elderberry Press in Oakland, Oregon .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Educational change -- United States.,
    • Parent-teacher relationships.,
    • Education -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-160).

      StatementRichard L. King.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLA217.2 .K56 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination160 p. :
      Number of Pages160
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3968238M
      ISBN 100965840794
      LC Control Number2001274362
      OCLC/WorldCa45433520

      Hord and Tobia provide abundant examples of actions educators can use to develop as professionals through engaging in ongoing collegial and deliberate learning. Professional learning communities is the way to go. This issue explores positive strategies for prevention, intervention, and growth. More teaching, less testing The rise of high-stakes standardized testing has pitted schools against each other, narrowed the curriculum, and reduced teaching and learning to a bubble test.

      Many new teachers are inadequately prepared through fast-track training schemes. Asian-Americans, Jewish-Americans and other groups find solitude, comfort and unity from their historical past. Whether you are a seasoned educator, youth professional, mentor, parent, or university student, this journal is for you! Meanwhile, during this period of Austerity, the super-rich have doubled their wealth. This resource will help educators move from a climate of sanctions to one of mutual trust and support informed by a commitment to students and a dedication to working and learning together.

      They increase the likelihood that a student will drop out or become involved in the juvenile justice system, and thus contribute to persistent achievement gaps for these students. When teachers unite for the purpose of increasing their own effectiveness, students benefit. Delivering What Works The professional literature is flooded with methods that claim to be "evidence-based practices. This resource will help educators move from a climate of sanctions to one of mutual trust and support informed by a commitment to students and a dedication to working and learning together. The chances of social mobility are now very limited.


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Reclaiming our schools book

In so doing, he shows us how we might reclaim not only our children, but our democracy. However, researchers are shifting from studying methods to discovering what is actually effective in real-world settings, namely Practice-Based Evidence PBE.

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The authors, experts in their field, provide clear steps and real-school examples with a focus on collaborative adult learning for student gains, community respect, professional satisfaction, and collegial support.

Follow us on twitter reclaimschools Email us on reclaimschools gmail. This was my experience with this small group of young black students with the book Mules and Men, but unfortunately such attitudes are the norm in the African-American community.

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Articles describe journeys of forging strength and resilience within families and young people. Concise and sharply written, Reclaiming our Children is a perfect book for anyone who wants to both understand the regressive politics of neoliberal, corporate education reform and envision something better.

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