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Tabak, Hasan; Sahin, Fatih – Education Reform Journal, 2020
This study aimed to determine the relationship between school culture (SC), professional learning communities (PLCs), and school effectiveness (SE) in the correlational research model through structural equation modeling. The sample of the study consisted of a total of 358 teachers working at public schools in various provinces of Turkey. Thus,…
Descriptors: School Effectiveness, Communities of Practice, School Culture, Teacher Characteristics
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Schroeder, Bryan – BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education, 2016
Servant leadership remains as one of the most effective models of leadership today. School principals who embody this leadership paradigm encourage and enable teachers, and demonstrate a desire to build school community. Teachers' effectiveness increases as they are honoured and served by their principal, thereby impacting students, colleagues,…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Principals, Teacher Effectiveness, Work Environment
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Dampson, Dandy George – Journal of Educational Issues, 2021
This study employed the explanatory sequential mixed-methods design to assess the effectiveness of PLCs in Ghanaian basic schools. Using proportional stratified random sampling technique, the study selected 650 respondents (400 teachers and 250 headteachers) from the basic schools in five regions of Ghana for the quantitative phase of the study.…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Professional Development, Program Effectiveness, Elementary School Teachers
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Dawit Legesse Edamo; Tshilidzi Netshitangani – Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 2018
This was a qualitative research, which explored how the school community experienced the outcomes of leadership on the effectiveness of the school improvement program (SIP) on Sidama Zone schools, Ethiopia. Four schools were purposively selected. Data were collected using interviews, focus group discussions, observation and documents, which…
Descriptors: Administrator Effectiveness, Educational Improvement, Cooperative Planning, Participative Decision Making
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Kibga, Esther S.; Sentongo, John; Gakuba, Emanuel – Journal of Turkish Science Education, 2021
Learners' curiosity is among the affective domains of learning that has a great potential to take learning to higher levels and meet the demands of the 21st-century teaching and learning process. This paper assesses how hands-on activities performed using learning materials from learners' immediate environment can enhance learners' curiosity in…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Hands on Science, Science Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Chiu, Helen; Koo, Sarai; Taylor, George D.; Tanaka, Gregory K. – Afterschool Matters, 2023
College access and success programs, which typically take place during out-of-school time, range widely in their size, target demographics, and services offered. Although concerted funding and energy have been dedicated to college access programs, the field suffers from a significant research and practice gap. Studies have demonstrated that…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Student Leadership, After School Programs, First Generation College Students
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Shana J. Haines; Cynthia C. Reyes; Gabriel T. McGann – School Community Journal, 2023
A necessary move to dismantle educational injustice for historically marginalized populations is to create equitable family--school partnerships built on trusting relationships. Inequitable practices and implicit norms and biases must be intentionally counteracted to establish trusting relationships. The meeting protocol described in this article,…
Descriptors: Meetings, Pilot Projects, Family School Relationship, Parent Teacher Cooperation
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Charlie Thompson – Learning Policy Institute, 2023
Entering Oakland International High School is like walking into a brighter and more welcoming world. Conversations in as many as 35 languages float through the sunny courtyard, where students come from nearly as many countries. Every student at the school is a newcomer, which means they have been in the United States for fewer than 3 years.…
Descriptors: High Schools, International Schools, Community Schools, Immigrants
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Brinia, Vasiliki; Selimi, Panagiota; Dimos, Alexandros; Kondea, Anna – Education Sciences, 2022
The purpose of this study was to research the level of satisfaction teachers received from communication within their working environment, their sense of the effectiveness of the institution itself, as well as the relationship between these factors. A quantitative method was used in the study. A total of 296 questionnaires were answered by…
Descriptors: Work Environment, Communication (Thought Transfer), Teacher Attitudes, Feedback (Response)
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Yildiz, Nadire Gulcin – Journal of Education and Learning, 2021
School systems are increasingly diverse communities, with a broadening diversity of students and staff alike. School counselors play a critical role in creating a welcoming school climate within the school community. As a catalyst for change within the school system, school counselors can create an effective community partnership culture for…
Descriptors: School Counselors, Leadership Role, Change Agents, Partnerships in Education
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Gonzales, Sandra M.; Baier, Stefanie T.; Brammer, Ethriam C. – Student Success, 2022
This report shares practices from a successful Latinx Studies learning community model at an urban research-intensive university in the Midwestern United States. The learning community model offers a tiered developmental curriculum to support the three different stages of a student's journey, from enrollment to graduation. The three distinct…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Urban Schools, Research Universities, Communities of Practice
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Tieken, Mara Casey; Montgomery, M. K. – State Education Standard, 2021
Rural America is experiencing an era of unprecedented demographic change, as rural communities of color are growing--an expansion that is necessary for keeping rural America thriving. But racial and class inequality divides many rural places, threatening rural students' education and rural communities' well-being, and the current pandemic is…
Descriptors: Barriers, Rural Areas, Social Differences, Racial Differences
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Suero Montero, Calkin; Oliveira Leite, Lais – Journal of Teaching and Learning, 2022
The European Commission calls for schools to move towards becoming open to their communities, integrating external social, civil, and expert stakeholders into authentic learning experiences' development alongside teachers and students, particularly in terms of science education. However, little research or practical implementation has been…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Science Education, Science Instruction, Educational Cooperation
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Visker, Joseph; Cox, Carol; Banez, J. Christian; Azim, Sabiya; Wang, Anna; Dunsieth, Nicole; Lasser, Ben – Health Educator, 2020
A self-report instrument was used to assess trends over time in student views of Developmental Assets in a rural Missouri county where youth report high rates of substance use. Based on 2012 survey results, a community/school-based prevention coalition provided intensive prevention education curricula integrated into the district's afterschool…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Student Attitudes, Attitude Change, Substance Abuse
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Oakes, Jeannie; Espinoza, Daniel – Learning Policy Institute, 2021
For more than a year, the Learning Policy Institute (LPI) conducted research in New Mexico, including interviews, site visits, document review, and new analyses of data provided by the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED). The purpose of the study was to provide New Mexico leaders a research perspective on the challenges facing education…
Descriptors: Community Schools, Evidence Based Practice, State Policy, Educational Policy
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