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Fitting the Pieces: October 1996

References

I. THE OERI STUDIES OF EDUCATION REFORM

Assessment

Khattri, N., Reeve, A.L., Kane, M.B., and Adamson, R.J. November 1995. Studies of Educational Reform: Assessment of Student Performance. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Washington, DC: Pelavin Research Institute. Volume II: Case Studies.

At Risk

Rossi, R.J., and Stringfield, S.C. 1995. Education Reform and Students At Risk. Volume I: Findings and Recommendations. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research. Volume II: Case Studies.

Community Involvement

Rutherford, B., Anderson, B., and Billig, S. June 1995. Studies of Education Reform: Community Involvement in Education. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Denver, CO: RMC Research Corporation. Volume II: Case Studies.

Curriculum

Anderson, R.D. August 1995. Final Technical Research Report: Study of Curriculum Reform. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado.

Early Childhood Education

Schultz, T., Lopez, E., and Hochberg, M. June 1995. Early Childhood Reform in Seven Communities: Front-Line Practice, Agency Management, and Public Policy. Volume I: Findings and Recommendations. Washington, DC: National Association of State Boards of Education

School Based Management

Center on Educational Governance, School of Education, University of Southern California. 1995. The School-Based Management Study. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Los Angeles, CA.

School-To-Work Transition

Academy for Educational Development. 1995. Study of School-to-Work Reform Initiatives. Volume I: Findings and Curriculum. Washington, DC.

Student Diversity

Berman, P., McLaughlin, B., McLeod, B., Minicocci, C., Nelson, B., and Woodworth, K. March 1995. School Reform and Student Diversity. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Santa Cruz, CA: National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second Language Learning (in collaboration with BW Associates, Berkeley, CA). Volume II: Case Studies of Exemplary Practices for LEP Students.

Systemic Reform

Goertz, M.E., Floden, R.E., and O'Day, J. July 1995. Studies of Education Reform: Systemic Reform. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. New Brunswick, NJ: Consortium for Policy Research in Education, Rutgers University. Volume II: Case Studies.

Teacher Professionalism

Swanson, J. September 1995. Systemic Reform in the Professionalism of Educators. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Andover. MA: The NETWORK, Inc. Volume II: Case Studies.

Technology

Means, B., Ruskus, J., and Olson, K. June 1995. Technology and Education Reform: Technical Research Report. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Washington, DC: SRI International. Volume II: Case Studies.

Uses of Time

Adelman, N.E., Haslam, M.B., and Pringle, B.A. September 1995. Studies of Education Reform: The Uses of Time for Teaching and Learning. Volume I: Findings and Conclusions. Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates, Inc. Volume II: A Casebook of Teacher Experiences.

II. OTHER SOURCES

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