Examine critical studies on high-performing, high-poverty schools to identify how schools can fulfill the mission of educating all students to proficiency, especially students at risk. The authors compiled the most important research on how low-performing, high-poverty schools achieved radical improvements in learning for their most vulnerable students and also identified eight best practices, breaking them down into specific strategies, often using real-life examples from successful schools.
Early Years, 5-8 Years, 8-12 Years, 12-15 Years, 15-18 Years, 18+ Years
Robert D. Barr, William H. Parrett
An exceptional educators’ guide to promoting active engagement in the classroom and improving student learning.
This user-friendly resource outlines how to utilise the PLC at Work® and RTI at Work™ processes to create a three-tiered system of supports that is collaborative, research-based and practical.
A companion to the best-selling On Your Mark, this practical guide details how to successfully lead lasting grading reform. Implement best practices in grading that address the needs of every student in your school or district in six essential steps.
Develop students into curious explorers and independent thinkers. With this resource, you will explore a lifelong learning approach to education as well as key goals for educational success.
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