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Purpose of the Title II HEA Partnerships
Evaluation Topics and Data Collection Activities
How Are Title II Partnership Projects Reforming Teacher Preparation Programs?
Faculty and School Collaboration
Faculty Instruction with Technology
Accountability for Student Outcomes
How Are Partnership Projects Improving Professional Development for Partner Schools and School Districts?
Professional Development Activities
New Teacher Support
How Are Partnership Projects Changing the Requirements and Quality of the Clinical Experience for Preservice Teachers?
Professional Development Schools
How Are Partnership Activities with School Districts and Schools Affecting Student Performance on State Achievement Assessments?
"High-Need" School Partners
Baseline Student Achievement Scores
What Is the Role of the Formal Partnership Structure in Achieving the Goals of the Title II Partnership Grant Program?
Elimination of Collaboration Barriers
Creation of New Alliances
Distance and Partnership Structure
Structure for Sustainability
Future Data Collection
Exhibit 1: Number of People and Institutions Directly and Actively Involved in Partnership Activities and Projects
Exhibit 2: Faculty Involvement in Collaborative Partnership Activities
Exhibit 3: School and District Personnel Involvement in Collaborative Partnership Activities with Partner Colleges or Universities
Exhibit 4: Faculty Members' Strategies for Teaching with Technology
Exhibit 5: Induction Activities Provided by Partnerships as Reported by Education Deans
Exhibit 6: Perceptions of Faculty and School District Respondents Regarding New Teachers' Preparedness
Exhibit 7: Descriptive Characteristics of Title II and Non-Title Schools, 2000–01
Exhibit 8: Average Math and Reading Scores for Title II and Non-Title II Schools, 2000–01
Exhibit 9: Percent of Faculty Reporting Dean Support Before and During Second Year of Partnership Implementation
Exhibit 10: Project Directors Who Indicated Partnership Reforms and Activities "Very Likely" to Continue