Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

eProve surveys

Measuring Student Engagement with eProve surveys

By Matt Dawson, Ph.D. and Mike McGill, Ph.D.

Research has shown a strong relationship between student engagement and a variety of student success outcomes (e.g., Fredricks et al.,2004; Parsons et al., 2013). For example, Finn and Rock (1997) found that low-income minority students who were observed as engaged, were more likely to be...

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Case Study: Fleming County Schools

By AdvancED

About Fleming County Public Schools

Fleming County Public Schools, located in an agricultural area on the edge of the Appalachian foothills of Kentucky, is a small school system serving approximately 2,300 students across four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school...

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This Is the Summer of Race and Equity in Education

by Anna Baldwin, Education Post.

This 2014 Montana State Teacher of the Year writes about her experience as a white high...

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Designing State Accountability Systems for Continuous School Improvement: A Call to Action

Over the past 60 years, we as a nation have sought to improve our education system and focus on equity, excellence, school choice, and standards and accountability.[1] Each wave of reform has been led...

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Changing the Role of the State Education Agency (SEA)

America must be courageous and create a system of accountability that is not punitive but instead is learner centric and focused on continuous improvement. In this system, failure is an opportunity for learning and collaboration. Outside forces do not dictate action. Local improvement measures (...

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