Data & Research EVALUATION OF PROGRAMS
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Executive Summary -- Evaluation of the Teaching American History Program (2005) (Sep 20, 2005)
This report examines the implementation of this professional development program and characteristics of the activities, content, and teacher participants for projects awarded during the first two years of the program. Findings are based on surveys of program participants and project directors as well as case studies of projects and analyses of program documents, and a pilot study of lesson plans produced by program participants.
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Executive Summary: Partnerships for Reform: Changing Teacher Preparation through the Title II HEA Partnership Program (Interim Report 2004) (Mar 24, 2004)
Table of contents of the Executive Summary for Partnerships for Reform: Changing Teacher Preparation through the Title II HEA Partnership Program (Interim Report 2004).
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Improving Teacher Quality in U.S. School Districts: Districts' Use of Title II, Part A, Funds in 2002-2003 (MS WORD) (Feb 06, 2004)
To gain a better understanding of how school districts were responding to the high level of Title II, Part A funding and the wide range of teacher quality reforms allowed under it during the first year of NCLB, the U.S. Department of Education collected baseline data from districts around the nation to answer the question: How did districts report spending their federal Teacher Quality funds in 2002-2003? This program brief provides an insightful look at the answer.
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Improving Teacher Quality in U.S. School Districts: Districts' Use of Title II, Part A, Funds in 2002-2003 (PDF) (Feb 06, 2004)
To gain a better understanding of how school districts were responding to the high level of Title II, Part A funding and the wide range of teacher quality reforms allowed under it during the first year of NCLB, the U.S. Department of Education collected baseline data from districts around the nation to answer the question: How did districts report spending their federal Teacher Quality funds in 2002-2003? This program brief provides an insightful look at the answer.
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