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This article shares a series of instructional time analyses to illustrate how school management, social and cultural welfare programs, high-stakes testing, system policies, and a flawed notion of organizational efficiency combine to cripple enormous blocks of annual instructional time in a large...
Empowerment is defined and measured in terms of teachers’ power to control critical decisions about teaching and learning conditions. This research first considers the relationship between school climate and teacher empowerment and then the relationship between teacher empowerment and school...
Charter schools are immersed in two accountability processes: They are accountable to public entities (bureaucratic accountability), and they are accountable to the parents, students, and teachers who have chosen the schools and who may exit them if dissatisfied (market accountability). This...
This research examines the importance of a school climate characterized by high levels of academic emphasis. Effective schools research is reviewed to develop a conceptual model undergirding the measurement of academic emphasis. In addition, social cognitive theory is employed as a theoretical...
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