The Need to Reestablish Schools as Dynamic Positive Human Energy Systems that are Non-Linear and Self-Organizing: The Learning Partnership Tree

By Michele Acker-Hocevar, Marta Cruz-Janzen, Cynthia L. Wilson, Perry Schoon and David Walker.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Findings of a study of high achieving public elementary schools with high percentages of low SES and Limited English Proficient (LEP) students.

Keywords: Standards-based accountability, High-stakes accountability, No Child Left Behind, Florida A+ Plan, Educational Policy and Reform

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 10, pp.255-268. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 988.515KB).

Dr. Michele Acker-Hocevar

Research focus on school organizations, school development, instructional leadership, and altering power relations, most especially for disadvantaged schools and communities.

Dr. Marta Cruz-Janzen

Research focus on impact of P/K-12 curricula on self-concept and academic achievement of students of color, reform of teacher preparation, and Latino racial identity development.

Dr. Cynthia L. Wilson

Research interests include preparation for pre-service teachers and professional development for in-service teachers. Primary focus is literacy achievement of at risk-students and students with mild disabilities.

Dr. Perry Schoon

Research interests in the area of mental modeling and expert systems. Co-author of "Instructional Technology, Process and Product."

Dr. David Walker

Research interests in areas of research methodology, statistics, and K-12 teaching and learning reform.


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