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Strong states, weak schools [electronic resource] : the benefits and dilemmas of centralized accountability / 1st ed

Strong states, weak schools [electronic resource] : the benefits and dilemmas of centralized accountability / 1st ed

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개인저자
Fuller, Bruce. Henne, Melissa K. Hannum, Emily.
서명 / 저자사항
Strong states, weak schools [electronic resource] : the benefits and dilemmas of centralized accountability / edited by Bruce Fuller, Melissa K. Henne, Emily Hannum.
판사항
1st ed.
발행사항
Bingley :   Emerald,   c2008.  
형태사항
1 online resource (vii, 243 p.) : ill.
총서사항
Research in sociology of education,1479-3539 ; v. 16
ISBN
9781846639111 (electronic bk.) 1846639115 (electronic bk.) 9781846639104 (hbk.)
요약
Civic leaders around the globe now press educators to raise the performance of students and schools. Backed by a colorful array of odd bedfellows - from corporate interests to advocates for the poor - politicians seek to narrow the aims of learning, advance routine curricular packages, and tightly align standardized tests. Why are governments pushing to centrally regulate teaching and learning at this historical moment? Do these accountability mechanisms succeed in boosting student achievement? How are teachers responding to top-down rules, incentives, and the recasting of what knowledge counts inside school? These are the hotly contested ideological and empirical questions asked by this volume's contributors, a rich mix of sociologists, applied anthropologists, and education researchers. As public schools struggle to regain public confidence, political actors eagerly try to look strong and forceful. But do centralized accountability policies lift the motivation of teachers and students? Or, is this reform strategy a brilliant political remedy - but one that makes little difference inside the classroom.
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Title from e-Book title page.  
내용주기
Liberal learning in centralizing states / Bruce Fuller -- Accountability and teaching practices: school-level actions and teacher responses / Laura S. Hamilton ... [et al.] -- District leaders eroding school coherence? The interpretation of accountability mandates / Thomas F. Luschei and Gayle S. Christensen -- Tightening the ship or slowly sinking? Reshaping teacher's work conditions / Kristin Gordon -- Raising achievement or closing gaps? Identifying effective accountability tools / Melissa K. Henne and Heeju Jang -- High stakes diplomas: organizational responses to California's high school exit exam / Jennifer Jellison Holme -- District capacity and accountability: professional development as reform tool / Soung Bae -- Exit exams and organizational change in a vocational high school / Michele Schmidt ... [et al.]
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and subject index.
일반주제명
School management and organization --United States. Educational accountability --United States. Educational evaluation --United States. Teacher effectiveness --United States.
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Intro -- Research in sociology of education -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1. Overview: Liberal learning in centralizing states -- The political imperative of performance -- Centralizing rules to spark local motivation? -- Taking stock: The dilemmas and local effects of accountability -- Teachers and principals respond: Organization of the book -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 2. Accountability and teaching practices: School-level actions and teacher responses -- Background -- Research questions -- Data and methods -- Results -- Discussion -- Notes -- References -- Chpater 3. District leaders eroding school coherencequest The interpretation of accountability mandates -- Introduction -- Theoretical framework -- Research questions -- Data and methods -- Results -- Discussion -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 4. Tightening the ship or slowly sinkingquest Reshaping teachers’ work conditions -- School structure and the aims of accountability -- Accountability policy and teachers’ working conditions -- Survey data analysis: Teachers’ time and professional empowerment -- Qualitative Analysis: Teachers’ Experiences - Time and Empowerment Intertwined -- Discussion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chpater 5. Raising achievement or closing gapsquest Identifying effective accountability tools -- Dissecting effective schools -- Study design - identifying effective accountability tools -- Discussion and policy implications -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 6. High stakes diplomas: Organizational responses to California’s high school exit exam -- Introduction -- Background and history of exit exams -- Underlying policy assumptions of exit exams -- Existing research -- Methods and research questions -- Organizational and Instructional Responses: Limited Support, Narrowing the Curriculum -- Instructional change: Narrowed curriculum for the lowest achieving students -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Appendix. (Continued•) -- Chapter 7. District capacity and accountability: professional development as reform tool -- Theoretical grounding -- Methods -- Findings -- Discussion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 8. Exit exams and organizational change in a vocational high school -- Introduction -- Case study school -- Theoretical tools -- Methodology -- Case study -- One school’s story -- A focus on academic achievement -- Restructuring teaching time -- Curricular tensions, but apparent success -- Eroding students’ work experience -- Working against parallel reforms -- State support and resources -- Selectivity -- Students’ views -- Persisting inequalities -- Discussion - the dilemmas of high stakes testing -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- About the authors -- Subject Index -- .

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