Category: Evaluations

Strategic Inquiry and New York City’s Renewal High Schools – Final Evaluation Report (Columbia University, November 2018)

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The following study of Strategic Inquiry (SI) in New York City’s Renewal High Schools offers a new answer to the perennial question that often dominates and divides reformers: How do students learn? Our analysis also challenges conventional wisdom about New York City’s Renewal program by suggesting there are successful components worth pursuing and adopting elsewhere. …

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Inquiry-based School Reform: Lessons from SAM in NYC (Stanford University, Jan 2012)

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Final SAM Evaluation Report

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Professional Learning Communities: Building Blocks for School Culture and Student Learning. Interview with Milbrey McLaughlin & Joan E. Talbert (Voices in Urban Education, Spring 2010)

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Professional learning communities that center on students, use data effectively, distribute expertise, and enjoy district-level leadership and investment are proving to have a powerful impact on school culture, instructional quality, and student outcomes. Professional learning communities (PLCs) have gained increasing attention from researchers over the last twenty years or so and have been present in …

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Developing School Capacity for Inquiry-based Improvement: Progress, Challenges, and Resources (Stanford University, Nov 2010)

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3rd interim SAM evaluation report 

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Leadership Development and School Reform through the Scaffolded Apprenticeship Model (SAM) (Stanford University, Oct 2009)

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2nd interim SAM evaluation report

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Leading School Improvement with Data: A Theory of Action to Extend the Sphere of Student Success (Stanford University, March 2008)

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1st interim SAM evaluation report

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