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Education reform in New York city : ambitious change in the nation's most complex school system / edited by Jennifer A. O'Day, Catherine S. Bitter, and Louis M. Gomez.


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Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Education Press, c2011.
  • Book
  • iv, 364 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Introduction to the volume and Children First / Jennifer A. O'Day, Catherine S. Bitter, and Joan E. Talbert
  • Leadership and governance in New York City school reform / Paul T. Hill
  • Parent and community engagement in New York City and the sustainability challenge for urban education reform / Jeffrey Henig, Eva Gold, Marion Orr, Megan Silander, and Elaine Simon
  • Financing K-12 education in the Bloomberg years, 2002-2008 / Leanna Stiefel and Amy Ellen Schwartz
  • Managing for results at the New York City Department of Education / Stacey Childress, Monica Higgins, Ann Ishimaru, and Sola Takahashi
  • Improving instruction in New York City : an evolving approach / Jennifer O'Day and Catherine S. Bitter
  • Collaborative inquiry to expand student success in New York City schools / Joan E. Talbert
  • Recruiting, evaluating, and retaining teachers : the Children First strategy to improve New York City's teachers / Margaret Goertz, Susanna Loeb, and Jim Wyckoff
  • Changing contexts and the challenge of high school reform in New York City / Leslie Santee Siskin
  • School choice and competition in the New York City schools / Sean P. Corcoran and Henry M. Levin
  • How students' views predict graduation outcomes and reveal instructional disparities under Children First reforms / Ronald F. Ferguson
  • Children First and student outcomes : 2003-2010 / James J. Kemple
  • Reflections on Children First / Jennifer A. O'Day and Catherine S. Bitter.
O'Day, Jennifer A., 1944-
Bitter, Catherine S.
Gomez, Louis M.

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