Effective Schools, Teachers, and Principals: Today's Evidence, Tomorrow's Prospects
by Barnett Berry & Rick Ginsberg - 1990
In this chapter, we will assess the prospects for school reform by examining the evidence on the nature of effective schools and their relationship to teachers and school leaders. We will argue that the effectiveness research, although a sound beginning for understanding successful school practices, moved from the laboratory to the real world before research elucidated more precise yet context-driven procedures of effective practices.
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