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ERIC Number: ED338753
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Pages: 155
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Monitoring Commission Survey of Twenty Elementary Schools in the Chicago Effective Schools Project: Principal and Teacher Perceptions on Factors Associated with Improved Achievement.
Davidson, Mary
The Monitoring Commission for Desegregation Implementation of Chicago (Illinois) Public Schools is responsible for monitoring and making recommendations about student racial and ethnic distribution in the Chicago schools by a consent decree. In a series of discussion papers, this report presents findings from a survey of principals and teachers about the Chicago Effective School Project and the opinions of principals and teachers on factors associated with improved academic achievement. This document combines Volume I (a summary) with Volume II. Volume II contains the following discussion papers: (1) Detailed Findings on Leadership: Management; (2) Detailed Findings on Leadership: Supervision; (3) Detailed Findings on Leadership: Written Statement of Purpose; (4) Time on Task: Reading, Math, and Language Arts; (5) Principal-Teacher Learning Expectations of Students; (6) Detailed Findings on Student Achievement; (7) Detailed Findings on School Climate-Discipline; (8) Detailed Findings on Staff Development: Principals-Teachers; and (9) Parental Involvement. Twenty (100% response rate) principals and 228 teachers (79% response rate) responded to the surveys about factors associated with achievement. Survey findings are present in 82 tables. (SLD)
Monitoring Commission for Desegregation Implementation, 1819 West Pershing Road, Chicago, IL 60609 (free).
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Chicago Public Schools, IL. Monitoring Commission for Desegregation Implementation.
Identifiers: Chicago Effective Schools Project IL; Illinois (Chicago)
Note: Volume I (Summary) and Volume II (Discussion Papers) have been combined.