Implementation in a Longitudinal Sample of New American Schools
Four Years into Scale-Up
This study sets forth the RAND statistical analyses determining both the areas of significant progress in the New American Schools scale-up of implementation of its whole-school reform designs, and various other areas in need of additional attention.
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- Paperback ISBN/EAN: 0-8330-3060-4
- Document Number: MR-1413-EDU
- Year: 2001
- Series: Monograph Reports
An Overview of New American Schools and Purpose of Current Report PDF
Conceptual Framework for Analyzing Implementation in New American Schools PDF
Longitudinal Sample of New American Schools PDF
Status of Implementation PDF
Factors Affecting Implementation. PDF
Evidence from the Exit Interviews with Schools That Discontinued Relationships with NAS Designs PDF
Conclusions and Policy Implications PDF
Core Components of the Designs PDF
Defining the Longitudinal Sample of NAS Schools PDF
Table of Standard Deviations for the Core Implementation Index and Its Components PDF
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