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CRESPAR Research and Development Report
This report includes: Success for All Shows Long-Term Gains, Cost-Effectiveness; Neighborhoods Count in Eith-Grade Math Achievement; Research Base Shallow for Judging Superintendents' Success; Middle School History Curriculum ...
CRESPAR Report #59: Comprehensive School Reform and Student Achievement: A Meta-Analysis
In this meta-analysis, we review the research on the achievement effects of the nationally disseminated and externally developed school improvement programs known as “whole-school” or “comprehensive” reforms. In addition ...
CRESPAR Report #60: Cultural Issues Related to High School Reform: Deciphering the Case of Black Males
An infusion of federal funding and philanthropic support for high schools has sparked an unprecedented number of educational reforms. Still, few initiatives confront the unique conditions facing Black males. Despite efforts ...
CRESPAR Report #57: Program Development in the National Network of Partnership Schools: A Comparison of Elementary, Middle, and High Schools
Based on survey data collected from 375 elementary, middle, and high schools in the National Network of Partnership Schools (NNPS), this report identifies differences and similarities in the development and quality of ...
CRESPAR Report #58: Transitional Programs for English Language Learners: Contextual Factors and Effective Programming
In this report, transitional programs refer to instructional programs for students who have been schooled in their native language and are now in “transitional” classrooms where literacy instruction takes place in English. ...
CRESPAR Report #56: Local School Boards Under Review: Their Role and Effectiveness in Relation to Students' Academic Achievement
This report provides a review of literature published in the past two decades on the role and effectiveness of school boards. Though school boards are but one component of school district leadership—the superintendent and ...