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Resnick, Lauren B. – American Educator, 1999
Suggests building U.S. schools around the assumption that effort actually creates ability and outlines the effective features of a system based on this premise: (1) clear expectations; (2) fair evaluation; (3) payoffs for success; (4) the time needed to meet learning expectations; and (5) expert instruction. (SLD)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Aptitude, Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education