6 edition of Educational Equity and Accountability found in the catalog.
October 28, 2003
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit leadership development organization working to end the injustice of educational inequity by inspiring and supporting a diverse set of leaders with classroom experience to engage civically and politically. Accountability for Learning. by Douglas B. Reeves. Table of Contents. Chapter 7. Putting It All Together Standards, Assessment, and Accountability. Although the focus of this book is accountability, we cannot complete our consideration of the topic without a discussion of the context in which accountability typically occurs—academic standards and student assessments.
The school board contracted with Glenn Singleton, the book’s author, and the Pacific Educational Group (PEG) to provide professional development and consultation for the district’s efforts. Through its Framework for Systemic Equity/Anti-Racism Transformation, PEG helps school districts address racial educational disparities, become aware of. I also see educational equity as giving students equal opportunities to succeed in education. A lot of learning goes on outside of the classroom, and students don’t have equal resources at home. One of the keys of achieving educational equity is ensuring these gaps in resources are, at least in part, covered up by resources provided by schools.
Equity and Accountability 9 components of the accountability section, focusing specifically on those related to equity issues. Areas of commonality were noted and categories emerged for each approach. In addition, unique approaches were identified. Summaries were created for each state across various categories. A data-driven, student-centered framework for achieving educational equity requires that leaders identify achievement gaps, consider the learners, and pursue high standards for all. The goal then is to create educational equity by learning and applying the knowledge and resources needed for the unique needs of each child and setting a high bar.
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"Educational Equity and Accountability is a Educational Equity and Accountability book for all those practitioners, citizens, and scholars concerned about high stakes testing and equity. Skrla and Schuerich do a masterful job in throwing considerable light on the controversy.
Their choice of original research articles, well-documented arguments, critiques, and commentaries 5/5(1). Reviews "Educational Equity and Accountability is a must-read for all those practitioners, citizens, and scholars concerned about high stakes testing and equity.
Skrla and Schuerich do a masterful job in throwing considerable light on the controversy. Their choice of original research articles, well-documented arguments, critiques, and commentaries challenge both sides of the debate.".
""Educational Equity and Accountability is a must-read for all those practitioners, citizens, and scholars concerned about high stakes testing and equity.
Skrla and Schuerich do a masterful job in throwing considerable light on the controversy.5/5(1). In contrast, the scholarship collected in this important new volume is designed to move beyond the prevailing dualism and to push the discourse about accountability, testing, and educational equity in public schools usefully forward, and to provide a much-needed resource for researchers, policy makers, and practitioners.
Despite the intense political attention that has been focused on accountability, on standardized testing, and on the equity effects of both accountability and testing, the great majority of recent debate in education policy circles has failed to attend to either the dynamism or complexity of these issues and has, instead, been carried out in a dualistic, good versus evil, fashion.5/5(1).
In contrast, the scholarship collected in this important new volume is designed to move beyond the prevailing dualism and to push the discourse about accountability, testing, and educational equity in public schools usefully forward, and to provide a much-needed resource for researchers, policy makers, and : Taylor And Francis.
Complex and Contested Constructions of Accountability and Educational Equity, Linda Skrla, James Joseph Scheurich, Joseph F. Johnson, Jr., and James W. Koschoreck Part 3: Equity-Focused Research and Responses to Accountability 9.
Educational equity was already elusive. From a school-wide accountability standpoint, school success can also go beyond normal student achievement metrics. Schools are now getting a much Author: Colin Seale.
J Equity and ESSA: Leveraging Educational Opportunity Through the Every Student Succeeds Act — Learning Policy Institute J Equity of Opportunity — U.S. Department of Education J From Financial Transparency to Equity: Using ESSA to Advance Equity and Excellence — Chiefs for Change J Leading for Equity: Opportunities for State Education.
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Both Haney and Klein raise a number of issues about the evidence that we use in “Accountability for Equity” to support our position that state accountability can, in some configurations and in certain circumstances, promote, support, and actually leverage increased educational equity in U.S.
public by: 8. Equity in education requires putting systems in place to ensure that every child has an equal chance for success. That requires understanding the unique challenges and barriers faced by individual students or by populations of students and providing additional supports to help them overcome those barriers.
While this in itself may not ensure. For low-income and minority students, education is the key to success and upward mobility. But evidence has shown in past decades that education has not been acting as the Great Equalizer. AIR's work covers a broad range of equity issues in education, through initiatives including the Equity Project, the Breakthroughs in Education and Social Mobility.
In contrast, the scholarship collected in this important new volume is designed to move beyond the prevailing dualism and to push the discourse about accountability, testing, and educational equity in public schools usefully forward, and to provide a much-needed resource for researchers, policy makers, and : Taylor & Francis.
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Information on date of release was last updated in August We. The views expressed in this chapter are those of the author alone, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Economic Policy Institute, the Campaign for Educational Equity, Teachers College, Columbia University, or the National Center on Performance Incentives, Peabody College, or Vanderbilt University.
In education, the term equity refers to the principle of it is often used interchangeably with the related principle of equality, equity encompasses a wide variety of educational models, programs, and strategies that may be considered fair, but not necessarily is has been said that “equity is the process; equality is the outcome,” given that.
School accountability—the process of evaluating school performance on the basis of student performance measures—is increasingly prevalent around the world.
In the United States, accountability has become a centerpiece of both Democratic and Republican federal administrations' education policies. This chapter reviews the theory of school-based.
Reviews the book, "Contradictions of School Reform: Educational Costs of Standardized Testing," (Linda M. McNeil, ) which explores the effects of state- and school district-imposed accountability measures, including standardized testing, on teachers and students (most of whom are children of color) in an urban setting.
The book illustrates how the Texas Assessment of Cited by: accountability in today's schools. The book, Holding NCLB Accountable: Achieving Accountability, Equity, and School Reform (Corwin Press, ), is edited by CRP/PDC senior researcher Gail L. Sunderman. The pending reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act has generated a spirited debate among educators.
In this book, a team of. Multidisciplinary focus Surveying many disciplines, this anthology brings together an outstanding selection of scholarly articles that examine the profound impact of law on the lives of women in the United States. The themes addressed include the historical, political, and social contexts of legal issues that have affected women's struggles to obtain equal treatment under .Leadership for Educational Equity uses think-cell—an Office add-in which integrates seamlessly with PowerPoint and helps you to visualize complex charts .Fifty years ago, in his book, Rich Schools, Poor Schools: The Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity, Arthur Wise noted the glaring inequities in public school funding and suggested that examination by the courts would reveal they were his blog, Wise describes advocates’ efforts to redress those wrongs through a judicial strategy, legislatures’ responses .