Effective Schools Programs In High Schools: Social Promotion Or Movement By Merit?

Farrar, Eleanor; Neufeld, Barbara; Miles, Matthew B.
June 1984
Phi Delta Kappan;Jun84, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p701
Comments on effective schools programs in U.S. high schools. Background on the effective schools movement in the country; Efforts to adapt programs developed from research on urban elementary schools into secondary schools; Research made focusing on school improvement; Program designs and strategies; Definitions of effectiveness; Organizational aspects of the programs.


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