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by Robert Balfanz,W. J. Jordan,James M. McPartland,Nettie E. Legters

ePub Comprehensive Reform for Urban High Schools: A Talent Development Approach (Sociology of Education, 11) download
Author:
Robert Balfanz,W. J. Jordan,James M. McPartland,Nettie E. Legters
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978-0807742266
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0807742260
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Teachers College Pr (April 1, 2002)
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An infusion of federal funding and philanthropic support for high schools has sparked an unprecedented number of educational reforms. Still, few initiatives confront the unique conditions facing Black male students.

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Comprehensive reform for urban high school: A Talent Development approach. Improving school climate and achievement in a troubled urban high school through the Talent Development Model.

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Grounded in the authors' real-world experiences of restructuring several urban high schools, this volume offers a powerful alternative to current reform efforts. The well-structured text details organizational, curricular, and instructional strategies providing practitioners with a workable blueprint for whole school reform. Since its inception, the Talent Development Approach has gained national recognition and is currently expanding to new areas. This book is the story of what happened in schools when this model was implemented -- what worked and what didn't. Clearly, this approach holds great promise for transforming large, nonselective high schools into personalized, relevant, and effective communities.