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    • 67 Moss, B. (2004). Teaching expository text structures through information trade book retellings. The Reading Teacher. 57(8), 710-718. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. (2000). Report of the National Reading Panel. Teaching...
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    • 15 need to be developed so that they provide new ways to assess the non-cognitive skills that students need to succeed in college and in the workplace. Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) proposes that a growth-based evaluation be included into...
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    • Girls and Relational Aggression 17 special incentives for pro-social behaviors. Research has shown that just one caring adult can be a big help in deterring bullying. Each student should have a contact they can trust. If you have students who are...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Context of the Problem In 1991 Minnesota passed the nation’s first charter school law, followed by several more states, including California, Michigan, Arizona, and Massachusetts (Manno, 2004). This charter school movement...
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    • 6 expansion of charter schools. Dubbed the “Race to the Top,” this competition aims to encourage innovation and reform in local public education (Ravitch, 2010). From the very beginning, charter schools and accountability have been closely related....
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    • 11 were significantly more satisfied with their school of choice when compared to a traditional public school parent, after five years, parental satisfaction in a charter school was only slightly different that parental satisfaction with a...
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    • 12 ability to design curricula and alternative forms of assessment that would set their school’s educational objectives and experience apart from the traditional model—the very principle charter schools have been tasked with in the first place. In...
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    • 16 (Hill et al, 2012, p. 515). However, their primary discussion was to illustrate that assessments used to certify and reward teachers should be constantly evaluated. Looking at the connection between student achievement and teachers’ professional...
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    • 18 Such is the case in many states: plenty of information, but information that, more often than not, simply leads to more questions. Charter schools can play a key role in parent choice and satisfaction, but only if parents can clearly understand...
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    • 45 about their student’s school, nor about their choice as parents. It seems test scores do not have a negative impact on a parent’s perception of their child’s charter school. Figure 18. Combined results of item 8: What do state-mandated testing...
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    • 50 often do. If teachers have a negative attitude and perception about scores as tools to evaluate student learning, and if parents are undecided with a slight bias toward the negative, such assessments are likely not appropriate tools to evaluate...
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    • 51 study could be elaborated upon, including singular studies of teachers or parents at charter schools, reasons for choosing a charter school, and the importance of instructional model as a marketing tool. Summary In an educational community that...
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    • 27 because they weren’t taught them in high school. Also at that time, many teacher training classes required few or no grammar classes to prepare them to teach Language Arts. As a result, the term "grammar" took on a confusing definition during...
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    • 34 “1. Writing Strategies, which involves teaching students strategies for planning, revising, and editing their compositions 2. Summarization, which involves explicitly and systematically teaching students how to summarize texts. 3. Collaborative...
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    • 29 Hektner, J.M. (1995). When moving up implies moving out: Rural adolescent conflict in the transition to adulthood. Journal of Research in Rural Education, 11(1), 3-14. Horn, L.J. & Chen, X. (1998). Toward Resiliency: At-Risk Students Who Make It...
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    • 40 Hospitality and Tourism Careers: Career/jobs, which involve planning, managing, and providing food, lodging, or recreational services. Example Jobs: Hotel Manager; Housekeeper; Travel Agent; Event Planner; Interpreter; Tour Guide; Animal...
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    • EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION AFFECTS EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE, HAPPINESS, AND JOB SATISFACTION 23 individual’s sense of well-being that contributes to the commitment and involvement in a strategic approach to human resource management (Kerns,...

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