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
School Leader Time Allocation Findings
Teacher Time Allocation Findings
Summary and Concluding Thoughts
Detailed Discussion of Methodology
School Leader and Teacher Survey Response Rates
Descriptive Statistics of Individual and School Characteristic Categories by Site and Year
School Leader Time Allocation by Site
Teacher Time Allocation by Site
Survey Questions and Categories
Analysis of Individual Questions for Selected Categories for School Leaders
Analysis of Individual Questions for Selected Categories for Teachers
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