New American Schools' ambitions for changing high-poverty classrooms -- Sources of data -- The district context for implementation of New American Schools' designs in San Antonio -- Implementation of New American Schools within a system of high-stakes accountability -- Classrooms implementing NAS design in a reform-minded district -- Effects of instructional conditions on student achievement -- Implications for school improvement in high-poverty settings
New American Schools (NAS) offers whole-school designs for schools and districts seeking to significantly raise the achievement of large numbers of students. This work has evaluated NAS reforms' effects on students and teachers in high-poverty schools
"MR-1483-EDU"--Page 4 of cover
"Supported by New American Schools."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-163)
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