ERIC Number: ED474556
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Reference Count: N/A
Harvard Education Letter, 2002.
Gordon, David T., Editor
Harvard Education Letter, v18 n1-6
This document is comprised of the 6 issues in volume 18 of the Harvard Education Letter, a bimonthly newsletter addressing current issues in elementary and secondary education. Articles in this volume include the following: (1) January/February--"Curriculum Access in the Digital Age" (David T. Gordon) and "Using Charters To Improve Urban Schools" (Karen Kelly); (2) March/April--"Putting National Board Certification to the Test" (David T. Gordon) and "Teacher Excellence: Improving the Conversation," an interview of Ann E. Harman of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards; (3) May/June--"Preparing for the Coming Avalanche of Accountability Tests" (W. James Popham) and "Lesson Study: Can Japanese Methods Translate to U.S. Schools?" (Karen Kelly); (4) July/August--"Fuel for Reform: The Importance of Trust in Changing Schools" (David T. Gordon) and "'Wide Open and Welcoming': How Trust Helped Transform a Small Chicago School" (David T. Gordon); (5) September/October--"Why Save Public Education?" (Deborah Meier) and "How Schools Can Help Refugee Students" (Shaun Sutner); and (6) November/December--"Beefing Up Professional Development" (Alexander Russo) and "Canadian Second-Language Immersion: What It Does--and Doesn't--Suggest for American ESL Students" (Karen Kelly). Regular features of the newsletter include editorial statements and summaries of recent research. (EV)
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, High Stakes Tests, Information Technology, Public Schools, Refugees, Second Language Instruction, Standardized Tests, Teacher Certification, Teacher Improvement, Trust (Psychology), Urban Schools
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Authoring Institution: Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA. Graduate School of Education.
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