3 edition of The Equitable schools book found in the catalog.
The Equitable schools book
|Statement||editors, Klaus Boehm, Jenny Lees-Spalding ; consultant editor, J.A. Cuddon.|
|Contributions||Boehm, Klaus., Lees-Spalding, Jenny., Sunday Times.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||874|
Book a Workshop. Our Passion Equitable Learning Outcomes believes all professional development must be customized to be sustainable. While there are reproducible processes that drive success, there are no one size fits all solutions. student populations by being employed in schools with high free and reduced lunch rates and consulting. Using Equity Audits to Create Equitable and Excellent Schools book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Use the power of equ 4/5.
"This is the follow-up book to the Corwin "best seller" Using Equity Audits to Create Equitable and Excellent Schools. Whereas Using Equity Audits was written mainly for school leaders, this book, Equity Audits for Teachers: Creating Equitable and Excellent Classrooms, focuses on teacher and classroom practices. Although school leaders have found the Equity Audits book . This book provides a very usable road map for creating safe, healthy, equitable, and caring schools. The editors and contributors successfully integrate research, practice, and policy to help educators develop and implement effective and sustainable models to nurture caring schools that all children and educators deserve.
Equitable Distribution of Teachers: ESSA Requirements. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), reauthorized as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), requires state education agencies (SEAs) to evaluate annually whether low-income and minority students are taught disproportionately by ineffective, out-of-field, or inexperienced teachers compared to . This important book emphasizes how a framework of learning, literacy, leadership, and reflection is critical to the preparation and practice of educational leaders. Foundations of Educational Leadership ensures aspiring and practicing leaders will be prepared to influence processes and outcomes for creating a more just and equitable environment Cited by: 1.
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Just Schools examines the challenges and possibilities for building more equitable forms of collaboration among nondominant families, communities, and schools. The text explores how equitable collaboration entails ongoing processes that begin with families and communities, transform power, build reciprocity and agency, and foster collective capacity through collective.
“Classroom Cultures: Equitable Schooling for Racially Diverse Youth” (Teachers College Press, November ) has a practitioner focus but is grounded in theory, said Marciano, a scholar in the Michigan State University Department of Teacher Education.
“Connections between research and teaching are included throughout the book,” she said. About This Book. Your Students, My Students, Our Students explores the hard truths of current special education practice and outlines five essential disruptions to the status quo.
Authors Lee Ann Jung, Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, and Julie Kroener show you how to. Establish a school culture that champions equity and inclusion.
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In a school culture of equity, excellence and success become the norm for each student and every educator. In this book, you will meet educators who meet these qualifications and who engage in equity. The stories in this book, and the videos that accompany it, are those of real teachers in real classrooms.
This is not a book of theory; this is a. The Principal as Leader of the Equitable School is designed to assist principals and all school leaders in expanding awareness of equity issues, nurturing a spirit of activism in addressing these issues, and developing ideas and strategies for working with others toward those ends.
It is based on the premise that awareness and celebration of diversity, although important, are not. Maximizing resources for equitable outcomes refers to the school’s use of its central resources—time, money, and staffing—to meet the unique needs of its students.
Despite gaps in the funding and resources provided to schools, it is imperative that schools maximize their benefit from the resources they do have. Grading for Equity What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms "Reading this book will make you re-think the way you assess students and will inspire you to enact a system that encourages revision and redemption instead of compliance and corruption.".
Equitable schools equal high achievement for all students. This invaluable book provides an expanding awareness of equity issues to not only principals and district leaders, but also school equity committees.
From the novice to the experienced school leader, readers will discover how to create a learning community that erases achievement gaps. Book Description.
Despite consistent improvements in the school systems of over recent years, there are still too many children who miss out. It is not only children from disadvantaged backgrounds attending hard-pressed urban schools that the system is failing - even in the most successful schools there are often groups of learners whose experience of schooling is less.
Using Equity Audits to Create Equitable and Excellent Schools / Edition 1. by Linda E. Skrla, the most recent of which is Using Equity Audits to Create Equitable and Excellent Schools (Corwin Press, ). The book is unique in my experience and makes a definite contribution.
The chapter on developing teacher skills is the best and most Brand: SAGE Publications. This exciting book explores the concept of transformative leadership and how leaders can create learning environments that are academically excellent, equitable, inclusive, and socially just.
Grounded in research and real examples, Dr. Carolyn Shields presents an approach to leadership that is engaged, authentic, courageous, and effective in. Use the power of equity audits to help eliminate achievement gaps and educational bias. Grounded solidly in theory and the use of data, this resource provides practical, easy-to-implement strategies for effectively using equity audits to ensure a high-quality education for all students, regardless of socio-economic class.
Readers will discover how to increase equity. Using equity audits to create equitable and excellent schools Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press doi: / Skrla, Linda, Kathryn Bell McKenzie and James Joseph Scheurich.
Using Equity Audits to Create Equitable and Excellent Schools. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, doi: / Washington, D.C. - A new book, edited and authored by experts from the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and their colleagues, presents comprehensive strategies and tools to help create strong conditions for learning in schools that can lead to.
A new book by University of Washington College of Education Professor Ann M. Ishimaru, “Just Schools: Building Equitable Collaborations with Families and Communities,” examines the challenges and possibilities of creating more equitable forms of collaboration among non-dominant families, communities and schools.
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[Carolyn M Shields] -- This exciting book explores the concept of transformative leadership and how leaders can create learning environments that are academically excellent, equitable, inclusive, and socially just.
This important book provides a unique merging of disability studies, critical multiculturalism, and social justice advocacy to develop both the knowledge base and the essential insights for understanding and implementingfully inclusive education.
Although inclusion is often viewed in schools Price: $Get this from a library! Using equity audits to create equitable and excellent schools. [Linda Skrla; Kathryn Bell McKenzie; James Joseph Scheurich] -- Here, well-known authors in the areas of equity and achievement present practical, easy-to-implement strategies for reducing inequities.
The book covers quality equity, programmatic equity and. This unique collection bridges cultures, professions, and callings to help American education leaders create more just and equitable schools. Book Features: Profiles of a wide range of world leaders.
Insights from leading educational scholars and practitioners. A diversity of international location, gender, race, and conceptual focus.