Evaluating Programs to Increase Student Achievement (Hardback)
  • Evaluating Programs to Increase Student Achievement (Hardback)

Evaluating Programs to Increase Student Achievement (Hardback)

Hardback 208 Pages / Published: 04/06/2008
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Evaluating Programs to Increase Student Achievement, Second Edition, provides school leaders with practical guidelines and tools to evaluate the effectiveness of school programs. Using reader-friendly terms, the author thoroughly discusses the steps of the evaluation process so that practitioners of all experience levels and backgrounds will gain a solid conceptual foundation, and can plan and carry out program evaluations.

The revised edition includes:

-Additional examples to illustrate the program evaluation process

-An expanded discussion of the principal's role in the project

-A facilitator's guide for team leaders

Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
ISBN: 9781412951241
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 595 g
Dimensions: 254 x 177 x 18 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition

"The book is a comprehensive guide for school leaders, beginning with the role that administrators can take in promoting, supporting, and facilitating the assessment process, through the goals, process, and actual steps needed to review and evaluate programs." -- From the Foreword by Cozette Buckney
"Clear, concise, understandable information presented in a positive, upbeat, and respectful manner. I couldn't wait to share this with other team members!" -- Debbie Johnson, Principal
"The author does all the right things: stays on task, stays focused, communicates clearly, gives correct and adequate information that practitioners can understand and implement, and presents the content in a scholarly and yet friendly style that promotes collaborative efforts." -- Marie Kraska, Professor of Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Technology
"The author takes a difficult and formidable subject and makes it user-friendly to the K-12 practitioner." -- Judy Brunner, Adjunct Professor

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