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Time to Learn How To Create High Schools That Serve All Students (Paperback)

Author:  George H. Wood
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0325008086
ISBN-13: 9780325008080
Sku: 31300938
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.75H x 5.75L x 0.25T
Pages:  216
Edition Number:  2
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"George Wood offers valuable advice for America from his small school in Appalachia." - Deborah Meier"The best call to arms is the quiet, decisive bearing of witness by a school which elects, with all its uncertainties, to do something different in order to serve its youngsters better: a school not afraid to make hard choices, a school which makes its work public." - Theodore R. Sizer

Improving your high school doesn't only mean raising test scoresit means creating a school where authentic teaching and learning happens. In Ohio, George Wood coordinated an effort by staff, faculty, and parents to transform a struggling school into a nationally recognized symbol of educational excellence, and now he shares with you how heand other reformershave created lasting, effective changes in the ways their schools do business.

But more than one school's story, "Time to Learn" uses the story of Federal Hocking High School's metamorphosis as a case study for understanding the mechanisms of high-quality high school reform. Wood opens by defining successful reform as graduating students who are active, engaged members of both their high school and their local communities. But far from a book of abstract ideas about how to reach that goal, "Time to Learn" zeroes in on the nitty-gritty details behind any successful school-restructuring effort. Wood identifies common and seemingly unsolvable hurdles like scheduling, the time crunch, and class size, offering proven strategies for coping with the crucial everyday issues that can derail genuine improvement. Equally important, he shares practical techniques for dealing with external pressures like standards and testing while maintaining your commitment tostudent-centered practices.

Whether you are a school administrator, a teacher, or a small-school advocate in a rural, suburban, or urban district, find time for "Time to Learn," Its plans, resources, ideas, and inspiring stories will show you how can restructure your high school to work for every student.

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More than one school's story, Time to Learn uses the story of Federal Hocking High School's metamorphosis as a case study for understanding the mechanisms of high-quality high school reform.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeEdition:   0002
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0216
Product attributePublisher:   Heinemann Educational Books
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