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Improving America's School: A Newsletter on Issues in School Reform - Spring 1996

Resources for Developing Challenging State Standards

American Federation of Teachers. (1995).
Making standards matter: A fifty-state progress report on efforts to raise academic standards. Washington, DC: Author.

American Federation of Teachers. (1994).
American Educator: Revitalizing our schools--the hope of the standards movement, 18(3). Washington, C: Author.

Barth, P. (1994, Fall).
From crisis to consensus; Setting standards in Chicago, Washington, DC: Council for Basic Education.

Blank, R., & Pechman, E. (1995, February).
State curriculum framework in mathematics and science: Results from a 50-state study. Washington, DC: Council of Chief State School Officers.

Council for Basic Education. (1995, January).
Basic Education: Considering standards. Washington, DC: Author.

Council for Basic Education. (1995).
A primer on standards setting. Washington, DC: Author.

Curry, B., & Temple, T. (1992).
Using curriculum frameworks for systemic reform. Washington, DC: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Guthrie, J.W. (Ed.) (1990).
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 12(3).

Kendall, J., & Marzano, R. (1994, January).
Systematic identification and articulation of content standards and benchmarks. Aurora, CO: Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning.

Mizell, H. (1995).
What will it take? Basic Education, 39(5).

National Center on Education and the Economy. (1994, April/May).
The Alliance: Special section on standards and assessment. Washington, DC: Author.

National Center on Education Outcomes, Policy Direction No. 2. (1994, May).
Students with disabilities and educational standards: Recommendations for policy and practice. Minneapolis, MN.

National Council on Education Standards and Testing. (1992).
Raising standards for American education. Washington, DC: Author.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. (1989).
Curriculum and evaluation standards for school mathematics. Reston, VA: Author.

Shriner, J.G., Ysseldyke, J.E., Thurlow, M.L. (1994, January).
Standards for all American students. Focus on Exceptional Children. (26)5.

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