Exploring Models of School Performance: From Theory to Practice
by Kilchan Choi, Pete Goldschmidt & Kyo Yamashiro - 2005
Our purpose in this chapter is to present and discuss competing accountability approaches, or models, designed to systematically indicate how a school’s students are performing academically. Within the framework of the current federally mandated accountability legislation, increased interest in models measuring school performance has caused educational policymakers to consider several key issues.
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