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Document Number: 5877

Longitudinal Assessment of Comprehensive School Reform Program Implementation and Outcomes - This report compares 400 schools receiving comprehensive school reform (CSR) funding to 400 schools with similar demographic and achievement characteristics not receiving CSR funding. Findings include: CSR schools are more likely than non-CSR schools to (1) adopt externally developed strategies that have been replicated, (2) provide more continuous professional development, (3) include measurable goals for student performance associated with the reform models, (4) reflect support from staff by including a formal vote by teachers for the reform model, (5) provide support for staff by receiving on-site consulting relevant to the reform and (6) evaluate the reform. (Naida C. Tushnet, John Flaherty Jr. and Andrew Smith, U.S. Department of Education, December 2004)...


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