1 edition of Resources for urban schools found in the catalog.
Resources for urban schools
|Statement||edited by Sterling M. McMurrin ; [authors] Henry M. Levin [et al.].|
|Series||Supplementary paper / Committee for Economic Development -- no.33, Heath Lexington books|
|Contributions||McMurrin, Sterling M. 1914-, Levin, Henry M.|
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Urban schools had larger enrollments, on average, than suburban or rural schools at both the elementary and secondary levels. Urban teachers had fewer resources available to them and less control over their curriculum than teachers in other locations, as did teachers in urban high poverty schools compared with those in rural high poverty.
The book also offers credible and hopeful guidance that strengthens our capacity and our commitment to improve urban schools for the benefit of the learners they serve. This volume is a tremendous resource for all of us who care about the educational futures of our children.» (Mary Lynne Calhoun, PhD, Dean, College of Education, University of 5/5(2).
For preservice candidates and novice teachers facing the challenges of feeling underprepared to teach in urban schools, this book offers a framework for conceptualizing, planning, and engaging in powerful teaching.
Veteran teacher educator Etta Ruth Hollins builds on previous work to focus on transformative practices that emphasize the purpose Author: Etta R. Hollins. Urban schools also serve an increasing majority Resources for urban schools book young people from persistently disadvantaged households.
Such students are likely to be surrounded by. Related ASCD Resources: Urban Schools and School Improvement At the time of publication, the following ASCD resources were available (ASCD stock numbers appear in parentheses). For up-to-date information about ASCD resources, go to "Inside Urban Charter Schools" offers an unprecedentedly intimate glimpse into the world of charter schools by profiling five high-performing urban charter schools serving predominantly low-income, minority youth in Massachusetts.
Interviews, focus groups, and classroom observations conducted over the course of two years flesh out rich and colorful portraits of daily life in these schools. Although reported criminality in suburban schools for is %, still it is half the % of urban schools. b) Family Characteristics.
Another major difference is the family characteristics of students in urban and suburban schools. Suburban students are more homogenous, and therefore more likely to follow same patterns of behavior. Rural school districts continue to struggle with a host of challenges, including a lack of necessary resources and difficulty in attracting and retaining teacher talent, according to a new report from the Rural School and Community Trust, examining the state of rural schools in.
Forth lesson of the chapter, Urban microclimates. This lesson includes starter, learning objectives, types of clouds, gimkit game, video and worksheet, book work and microclimates. These resources follow the KS3 Geography: Heading towards AQA GCSE from p to p 6 Lessons designed for minutes.
The large bureaucracies that are responsible for urban schools seem incapable of effective management, even when they do have the resources to repair their buildings and pay better salaries.
Urban schools should see these other agencies as not having outside interests but, rather, being equal stakeholders in the long-term goals of the school.
To this end, urban schools should offer training for staff on effective strategies for communicating with parents. High student-to-teacher ratios are found in most urban schools, and these schools often lack the resources to deal with the diverse challenges they face, including unruly student behavior.
Education has been called the great equalizer, but for students living in poverty-stricken urban areas it is little more than a babysitting service and a. schools and libraries to obtain affordable telecommunica-tions and Internet access—still must seek other resources to help upgrade software and to provide maintenance and support for their computers.
Educators in senior high schools, particularly in urban areas, need greater techni-cal support to help set up and use technology in their. A Lack of Resources for Many Classrooms Nicole Amato is a 10th-grade English teacher at Pritzker College Prep, one of the Noble Network Charter Schools.
The following is a curated list of resources selected by CASEL staff that focuses on social and emotional learning in a high school setting.
Also check out this curated list of articles and videos for educators that illustrate what SEL looks like in a high school setting. Explore these links to find grade-differentiated resources for professional learning and planning.
Leadership in America’s Best Urban Schools describes and demystifies the qualities that successful leaders rely on to make a difference at all levels of urban school leadership.
Grounded in research, this volume reveals the multiple challenges that real urban elementary, middle, and high schools face as well as the catalysts for improvement. Classroom management practices common in urban schools unintentionally separate failing urban readers from instruction they desperately need.
Low-income and culturally diverse learners, especially males, disproportionately experience suspensions and expulsions from the classroom (Skiba, Michael, Nardo, & Peterson, ). 66 Selected Papers in School Finance, above.
Thus, a finding that urban schools de-vote a smaller share of total resources to in-struction than other. Classroom Resources for Middle School Classrooms () Ag-tivity Book () – This book includes a handy collection of ready-to use activity sheets that integrate agriculture into basic school subject areas.
Includes lessons in language arts, history, social studies, science & environmental education, health & nutrition, math, and creative arts. primary schools have not been performing well on average compared to those in the urban areas.
Research has attributed such low outcomes to inadequacy of school resources to influence student achievement, hence well-resourced urban schools have outperformed their rural counterparts (Nyagura and Riddell, ; Makopa, ).
Contents of this book include five papers: (1) "Financing Education for the Urban Disadvantaged," Henry Levin--analyzes the linkages between educational finance and educational quality in large-city schools, and discusses alternative plans for financial innovation; (2) "Accountability in Education," Leon Lessinger--explores the idea of accountability by describing programs and techniques such.This Site Has Moved!
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