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Bibliography and Web Referances for
Effective School Criteria
Summary of Criteria Back to Resources


Criteria

Web Referances

Bibliography

Mission Statement

Parents and Teachers Association
Association for More Effective Schools
National Education Association

1, 7, 15

Financing / Resources

Parents and Teachers Association

2, 7, 8

Oppurtunities for Academic Mastery

Parents and Teachers Association

8, 11

Multiple Measures

Parents and Teachers Association
Association for More Effective Schools
Fund For Educational Excellence
National Education Association
American Association for Higher Education

7, 8, 9, 12

Community Involvement

Parents and Teachers Association
Association for More Effective Schools
Fund For Educational Excellence

7, 9, 10, 14, 16

Staff Development

Parents and Teachers Association
National Education Association
Fund For Educational Excellence

7, 9

High Expectations

Parents and Teachers Association
Association for More Effective Schools
Fund For Educational Excellence
National Education Association
American Association for Higher Education
National Center for Education Statistics
Colorado Department of Education

1, 3, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 14

Support Services

Parents and Teachers Association

7, 16

Safe Environments

Parents and Teachers Association
Association for More Effective Schools
Urban Education Web

6

Adequate Facilities

Parents and Teachers Association

7

Governing Partnership

Parents and Teachers Association
Association for More Effective Schools

4, 13

School Leadership

Association for More Effective Schools
Fund For Educational Excellence

5, 7

Classroom Time

Association for More Effective Schools
Fund For Educational Excellence

7, 9

Summary of Criteria

Published Papers

  1. Bamburg, J. and Isaacson, N. 1991. A conceptual model of the instuctionally effective school: Confronting the whys, whats and hows.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association . (Chicago, IL)
  2. Burtless, G. 1996. Does money matter? The effect of school resources on student achievement and adult success.  Brookings Institution Press, 1775 Mass. Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20036.
  3. Carter, J., Michael, W.B., 1995. The development and validation of an inventory of effective school function. Educational and Psychological Measurement ; v55, n5, p811-17, Oct. 1995.
  4. Gantner, M.W. 1997. A study of parental views regarding the characteristics of an effective school leader."  ERIC NO ED420103.
  5. Gantner, M.W., Daresh, J.C., Dunlap, K., Nesom, J. 1999. Effective school leadership attributes: Voices from the field. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 10-23, 1999).
  6. Gronna, S.S., Chin-Chance, S.A. 1999.  Effects of school safety and school characteristics on grade 8 achievement: A multilevel analysis. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 10-23, 1999).
  7. Hawley, W., Schafer, W., Hultgren, F., Abrams, A., Lewis, E., Ferrara, S., 1997. An outlier study of school effectiveness: implications for public policy and school improvement.  Symposium presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association , Chicago, IL. March 25, 1997.
  8. Hopkins, M.S., 1999. Effective school practices: What works.  Paper presented at the International Conference on Effective Schools. (Houston, TX).
  9. Kuroda, K., 1995. Effective School Research from Japanese Perspective.  Paper presented at the North-East/Mid-West Regional Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society . (Buffalo, NY).
  10. Mullen, B. and others, 1994. Collaborative leadership for promoting effective school change. NASSP Practitioner; v21, n1, Oct. 1994.
  11. Newmann, F.M., and others, 1995. Authentic pedagogy: Standards that boost student performance. Issues in Restructuring Schools , n8, Spring, 1995.
  12. Pausch, L.M. and Popp, M.P., 1997. Assessment of information literacy: lessons from the higher education assessment movement.   American Library Association .
  13. Resnick, M.A., 1999. Effective school governance: A look at today’s practice and tomorrow’s promise.  ECS Distribution Center, 707 17th St., Suite 2700, Denver, CO. Education commission of the US . ERIC NO: ED433611.
  14. Sanders, M.G. 1997. Building effective school –family –community partnerships in a large urban school district. Report No. 13. ERIC NO: ED408403.
  15. Townsend, T. 1994. Community perceptions of the goals of an effective school: A comparison between communities in Australia and USA.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. (New Orleans, LA).
  16. Wang, M.C. and others, 1995. Effective school responses to student diversity in inner-city schools: A coordinated approach.   Education and Urban Society ; v27, n4 p484-503.

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