Author: Carin Celebuski
Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (1998)
Category: Schools & Teaching
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This report contains information about reform efforts in schools reported by school principals through a mail survey.
This report contains information about reform efforts in schools reported by school principals through a mail survey. Find information about and locate all publications and data products on education information from the National Center for Education Statistics-NCES-. In most cases you may also browse the content of publications or download data files.
A Statistical Analysis Report by the National Center for Education Statistics. This report is based on a study which asked nationally representative samples of public school principals & teachers about their use of content standards & performance standards & other reform strategies, ties between the school & home, the role of the Title I program in supporting reform, & what information they need to help them move ahead.
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A recent study asked nationally representative samples of public school principals and teachers about their use of content .
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principals perspectives. Published 1998 by . Statistical analysis report, Statistical analysis report (National Center for Education Statistics). Statistics, School improvement programs, Educational change, Public schools, Education, School principals, Standards.
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Principals typically report directly to the school superintendent, but may report . National center for education statistics.
Principals typically report directly to the school superintendent, but may report to the superintendent's designee, usually an associate superintendent, in larger school districts. The highest-ranking school level administrator in some private schools is called the head master. The percentage of minority principals in public schools increased between 1987 and 1988 and 1993 through 1994 from 13 percent to 16 percent. Most minority public school principals (35%) were in central city schools in the 1993 through 1994 survey. There are few minority principals in school districts with less than 1,000 students.
NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS Survey Report July 1996 Nutrition Education in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools Carin Celebuski Elizabeth Farris Westat, Inc. Judi Carpenter Project Officer. 11 This report presents the findings from the survey Nutrition Education in Public Schools, K-12 that was requested by the Food and Consumer Service of the USDA. It was designed to provide data on the status of nutrition education in .
Magnet schools are designed to create racial/ethnic diversity in a public school setting while emphasizing a. .In addition, the status of known training programs was assessed. All 50 states, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, and Puerto Rico responded.
Magnet schools are designed to create racial/ethnic diversity in a public school setting while emphasizing a particular academic or social theme (Dalton, Sable, & Hoffman, 2006). Twenty respondents (20%) reported a separate early.
Secondary Teachers and Principals in Public .
Secondary Teachers and Principals in Public Schools. 34 12. Instituteurs et directeurs du secondaire des écoles publiques. one teacher is counted for each full-time teaching position.