Strong States, Weak Schools: The Benefits and Dilemmas of Centralized Accountability

Strong States, Weak Schools: The Benefits and Dilemmas of Centralized Accountability

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Why are governments pushing to centrally regulate teaching and learning at this historical moment? Do these accountability mechanisms succeed in boosting student achievement? How are teachers responding to top-down rules, incentives, and the recasting of what knowledge counts inside school? This book answers these questions.But theya#39;re now taking a CAHSEE review and that review class is going back to those, you know, eighth grade essential standards ... the addition of CAHSEE remediation courses during the day for 11th and 12th graders who had not yet passed one or both test ... in either English Language Arts or mathematics for both 9th and 10th graders who were identified as academically low-scoring ( based on incoming 8th grade CST scores, teacher recommendation, or 9th grade CST scores).


Title:Strong States, Weak Schools: The Benefits and Dilemmas of Centralized Accountability
Author:Bruce Fuller, Emily Hannum
Publisher:Emerald Group Publishing - 2008-07-18
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