How Are School Leaders and Teachers Allocating Their Time Under the Partnership Sites to Empower Effective Teaching Initiative?

by Jay Chambers, Iliana Brodziak de los Reyes, Antonia Wang, Caitlin O'Neil

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Summarizes key findings about how school leaders and teachers have changed the way they allocate their time among various activities in the Intensive Partnership initiative.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One


  • Chapter Two


  • Chapter Three

    School Leader Time Allocation Findings

  • Chapter Four

    Teacher Time Allocation Findings

  • Chapter Five

    Summary and Concluding Thoughts

  • Appendix A

    Detailed Discussion of Methodology

  • Appendix B

    School Leader and Teacher Survey Response Rates

  • Appendix C

    Descriptive Statistics of Individual and School Characteristic Categories by Site and Year

  • Appendix D

    School Leader Time Allocation by Site

  • Appendix E

    Teacher Time Allocation by Site

  • Appendix F

    Survey Questions and Categories

  • Appendix G

    Analysis of Individual Questions for Selected Categories for School Leaders

  • Appendix H

    Analysis of Individual Questions for Selected Categories for Teachers

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