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Presentation
A tri-state pilot study of instructionally effective school districts
University Council for Educational Administration
  • Linda E. Skrla, Texas A&M University
  • Kathryn B. McKenzie, University of Texas, Austin
  • James J. Scheurich, Texas A&M University
  • V. Darleen Opfer, Ohio State University
  • Charles L. Thompson, East Carolina University
Document Type
Conference Presentation
Location
Kansas City, MO
Conference Dates
November 5-7, 2004
Date of Presentation
11-6-2004
Disciplines
Abstract
This symposium features research reports on, and interactive discussion of, results from tri-state pilot study of how unusually effective local school districts improve and equalize student outcomes in the contexts of federal and state accountability systems. The study, funded by the Hewlett Foundation, was designed to broaden the evidence base and to advance theory about district instructional effectiveness through in-depth study of a single pilot district in each of three states: Ohio, North Carolina, and Texas.
Citation Information
Linda E. Skrla, Kathryn B. McKenzie, James J. Scheurich, V. Darleen Opfer, et al.. "A tri-state pilot study of instructionally effective school districts" University Council for Educational Administration (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/linda-skrla/24/