Extending Learning Time for Disadvantaged Students - Volume 1 Summary of Promising Practices - 1995

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Research References

The following lists include research used to prepare each chapter of this idea book.

Executive Summary

Melaville, A. I., Blank, M. J., & Asayesh, G. (1993 April).
Together We Can: A guide for crafting a profamily system of education and human services. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Using Time In New And Better Ways

Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development. (1992, December).
A matter of time, risk and opportunity in the nonschool hours. New York: Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Carroll, J. M. (1989).
The Copernican Plan: Restructuring the American high school. Andover, MA: The Regional Laboratory for Educational Improvement of the Northeast and Islands.

Clark, R. M. (1990, Spring).
Why disadvantaged students succeed: What happens outside school is critical. Public Welfare, 17-23.

Eisenberg, M. B. (1989, Spring).
Current research. School Library Media Quarterly, 17(3), 156-161.

Funkhouser, J., Humphrey, D., Panton, K., & Rosenthal, E. (1992, April).
Educational uses of time. Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates.

Funkhouser, J., & Klein, A. (1988, August).
Instructional time and achievement: Implications for Chapter 1 extended time interventions. Washington, DC: Decision Resources Corporation.

Goodlad, J. I., & Anderson, R. H. (1987).
The non-graded elementary school. (rev. ed.) New York: Teachers College Press.

Moore, M., & Funkhouser, J. (1990, January).
More time to learn: Extended time strategies for Chapter 1 students. Washington, DC: Decision Resources Corporation.

National Education Commission on Time and Learning. (April 1994).
Prisoners of time. Washington, DC: Author.

Peterson, P. L., Swing, S. R., & Stoiber, K. C. (1986).
Learning time vs. thinking skills: Alternative perspectives on the effects of two instructional interventions (Report No. 86-6). Madison,WI: Wisconsin Center for Education Research.

Slavin, R. E., Karweit, N. L., & Madden, N. A. (1989).
Effective programs for students at risk. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Stringfield, S., Winfield, L., Millsap, M., Puma, M., Gamse, B., & Randall, B. (1994).
Urban and suburban/rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children. First year report. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University & Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates, Inc.

Stringfield, S., Millsap, M., Winfield, L., Brigham, N., Yoder, N., Moss, M., Nesselrodt, P., Schaffer, E., Bedinger, S., & Gamse, B. (1992, February).
Special strategies for educating disadvantaged children. Second year report. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University & Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates, Inc.

Stringfield, S., Winfield, L., Millsap, M., Puma, M., Gamse, B., & Randall, B. (1992, December).
Special strategies for educating disadvantaged children. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University & Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates, Inc.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, February).
The national assessment of Chapter 1. Reports, studies, and papers. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, February).
Reinventing Chapter 1: The current Chapter 1 program and new directions. Final report of the national assessment of the Chapter 1 program. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, February).
Reinventing Chapter 1: The current Chapter 1 program and new directions. Final report of the national assessment of the Chapter 1 program. Executive Summary. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, February).
Statement of the independent review panel of the national assessment of Chapter 1. Washington, DC: Author.

Wilkinson, L. C. (1988).
Grouping children for learning: Implications for kindergarten education. In E.Z. Rothkopf (Ed.), Review of Research in Education, 15, 203-223. Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.

Promising Practices

Adelman, N. E. (1991, June).
Staff development for teachers of disadvantaged students. Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates.

Birman, B. F., Orland, M. E., Jung, R. K., Anson, R. J., & Garcia, G. N. (1987).
The current operation of the Chapter 1 Program. Final Report from the National Assessment of Chapter 1 Office of Research. Washington, DC: Office of Educational Research and Improvement.

Brophy, J. & Good, T. L. (1986).
Teacher behavior and student achievement. In H. Mitzeo (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching. New York: Macmillan.

Butler, J. M., DeRuzzo, D., Wollenberg, J. P., & Handley, H. M. (1987).
Differences in achievement and time-on-task with homogenous and heterogeneous ability grouping of secondgraders. Paper prepared for Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Washington, DC.

Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development. (1992, December).
A matter of time, risk and opportunity in the nonschool hours. New York: Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Comer, J. P. (1986, February).
Parent participation in the schools. Phi Delta Kappan, 442-446.

Eisenberg, M. B. (1989, Spring).
Current research. School Library Media Quarterly, 17(3), 156-161.

Goodlad, J. I., & Anderson, R. H. (1987).
The non-graded elementary school. (rev. ed.) New York: Teachers College Press.

Herman, J. L., & Winters, L. (1992).
Tracking your school's success: A guide to sensible evaluation. Newbury Park, CA: Corwin Press, Inc.

Knapp, M., Shields, P., & Turnbull, B. (1992).
Academic challenge for the children of poverty. Study of academic instruction for disadvantaged students. Summary report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education.

Magliaro, S. G., & Borko, H. (1986).
A naturalistic investigation of experienced teachers' and student teachers' instructional practices. Teaching and Teacher Education, 2, 127-137.

McLaughlin, M. W., Irby, M. A., & Langman, J. (1994).
Urban sanctuaries: Neighborhood organizations in the lives and futures of inner-city youth. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Milburn, D. (1981, March).
A study of multi-age or family-grouped classrooms. Phi Delta Kappan.

Millsap, M., Moss, M., & Gamse, B. (1993, February).
Chapter 1 in public schools. The Chapter 1 implementation study. Final report. Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates, Inc.

Millsap, M., Turnbull, B., Moss, M., Brigham, N., Gamse, B., & Marks, E. (1992).
The Chapter 1 implementation study. Interim report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education.

Moore, M., & Funkhouser, J. (1990, January).
More time to learn: Extended time strategies for Chapter 1 students. Washington, DC: Decision Resources Corporation.

Pavan, B. N. (1977).
The non-graded elementary school: Research on academic achievement and mental health. Texas Tech Journal of Education, 4, 91-107.

Peterson, P. L. (1986).
Selecting students and services for compensatory education: Lessons from aptitude-treatment interaction research. In B. I. Williams, P. A. Richmond & B. J. Mason (Eds.), Designs for compensatory education: Conference proceedings and papers. Washington, DC: Research and Evaluation Associates.

Romberg, T. A. (1986).
Mathematics for compensatory school programs. Paper prepared for the Conference of Effects of Alternative Designs in Compensatory Education. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education.

Slavin, R. E., Karweit, N. L., & Madden, N. A. (1989).
Effective programs for students at risk. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, February).
Reinventing Chapter 1: The current Chapter 1 program and new directions. Final report of the national assessment of the Chapter 1 program. Washington, DC: Author.

Wilkinson, L. C. (1988).
Grouping children for learning: Implications for kindergarten education. In E. Z. Rothkopf (Ed.), Review of Research in Education, 15, 203-223. Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.

Conclusions

Chimerine, C. B., Panton, K. L. M., & Russo, A.W. W. (1993).
The other 91 percent: Strategies to improve the quality of out-of-school experiences of Chapter 1 students. Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates.

General Background

Ballinger, C. E. (1991, Spring).
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Ballinger, C. E., Kirschenbaum, N. K., & Poimbeauf, R. P. (1987).
The year-round school: Where learning never stops. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation.

Funkhouser, J., & Chimerine, C. (1991, June).
Extended instructional time for disadvantaged students: Examples of local projects. Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates.

Griswold, P. A., Cotton, K. J., & Hansen, J. B. (1986).
Effective compensatory education sourcebook. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Humphrey, D., & Funkhouser, J. (forthcoming).
Year-round education and school reform. Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates.

Ornstein, A. C. (1987).
Emphasis on student outcomes focuses attention on quality of instruction. NASSP Bulletin, 71, 88-95.

Pringle, B., Anderson, L., Rubenstein, M., & Russo, A. (1993).
Peer tutoring and mentoring services for disadvantaged secondary school students. An evaluation of the secondary schools basic skills demonstration assistance program. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education.

Pringle, B., Spiro, D., Anderson, L., Richardson, L., Rubenstein, M., & Thompson, M. (1991, April).
Mentoring and peer tutoring projects funded under the secondary schools basic skills demonstration assistance program. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Planning, Budget, and Evaluation.

Seppanen, P., Love, J., Kaplan deVries, D., & Bernstein, L. (1993).
National study of before- and after-school programs. Portsmouth, NH: RMC Research Corporation.

Seppanen, P., Kaplan deVries, D., & Seligson, M. (1993).
National study of before and after school programs. Executive summary. Portsmouth, NH: RMC Research Corporation.

U.S. Department of Education. (1986).
What works: Research about teaching and learning. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Department of Education. (1987).
What works: Schools that work, educating disadvantaged children. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, September).
Improving America's Schools Act of 1993. Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, May).
Reinforcing the promise, reforming the paradigm. Report of the advisory committee on testing in Chapter 1. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Department of Education. (1993, April).
Summer challenge. Model programs for disadvantaged students. Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Government Printing Office. (1992, August).
Federal Register Part VI, 34(200). Washington, DC: Author.

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