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ERIC Number: ED065586
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Apr
Pages: 30
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A Model for Data Based School Improvement.
Fletcher, Jerry L.
A case study of a particular approach to solving the problem of using data to improve decision making within a particular secondary school is presented. The first section of the paper describes: The Setting, The Original Model for the School, Original Commitment to Research and Evaluation, Teachers as a Focus of Effort, Inadequate Understanding of Research and Evaluation, Time for the R&E Staff to Work with Teachers, Inability to Link Data to Changes in Behavior, Few Possible Changes Are Under the Control of Teachers, Limitations on Teachers' Time, The Hidden Curriculum, The Decision to Focus on Administrators, Developing a List of Decisions, The Time-Line Board, The Sequencing Session, Data Identification, Making Decisions on Time, and Interim Conclusions. The second part of the paper presents Some More General Considerations Concerning the Ability of Schools to Change. (DB)
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Identifiers: Oregon; Portland
Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Chicago, Illinois, April 1972)