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What can you do to disrupt poverty in your school and turn it into a high-achieving school? In this program, William Parrett and Kathleen Budge look at secondary schools that are pushing impoverished students to high achievement. They identify the common practices and structures these schools put into action as well as the processes they eliminate and discuss how this data forms the basis of their framework for action designed to help schools get all students learning to high standards. The program visits a middle and high school where district leaders, school leaders, and teachers have found great success by improving practices in building leadership capacity; fostering a healthy, safe, and supporting learning environment; and focusing on student, professional, and system learning.
Length: 67 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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